tv FOX and Friends Sunday FOX News February 19, 2012 6:00am-10:00am EST
>> governor-- good morning, everybody, i'm juliet huddy in for alisyn. and stepping up his game-- >> about some phony ideal, some phony he theology. not a theology based on the bible, a different theology. >> attacking religion to help him get to the white house. >> dave: gas prices reach the highest level at this time of the year. where is the the outrage? how the pain at the pump may be get worse.
and bill o'reilly making a light night stop at 30 rock. >> we've got to pull together. ♪ pulling them together >> all right. now, it's going to take a tremendous leadership that president lincoln has-- >> what is up with that? o'reilly on "saturday night live." "fox & friends" begins right now. ♪ >> o'reilly-- >> good sunday morning, has o'reilly done "saturday night live" before in he may have been parodied, but i don't know that he's ever been on before. either a very good actor or he was genuinely not amused by the skit. >> clayton: that skit is a recurring thing, what's up with that. >> alisyn: because you get up
so early in the morning. >> clayton: thee three minutes on top of that, dance. bill o'reilly sitting there uncomfortable. what did i get myself into. >> he knows what he got himself into. >> dave: we start with the race for the white house and the g.o.p. nomination, rick santorum, is he the current front runner? you can debate that, but he's stepping up his attacks on both president obama and mitt romney and he's not backing down and he's talking religion. >> this was a little bit-- he was in ohio going after the president's space. >> it's not about you not about your quality of life, not about your job. it's about some phony ideal, some phony theology. not a theology based on the bible, but no less a theology. >> clayton: a pretty harsh
statement basically saying that the president, maybe his policies are outside of the christian value system and the obama administration didn't waste any time in firing back against that. they say that the latest low in the republican primary campaign that's been fueled by distortions, ugliness and searing pessimism and negativity. going after someone's faith. i don't know if few politicians tread in that area, if they believe or don't believe something. >> he's made-- santorum made some lightning rod statements, income inequality. >> clayton: he didn't qualify. >> dave: these were misinterpreted by some. rick santorum was later asked, are you saying that the president is not a christian, rick santorum says if he says he's a christian, he's a christian. >> he need to clarify what he said. >> clayton: what santorum--
he's going to be on sunday shows, but he's saying that his policies are out of the christian value system talking about the green energy jobs and bailout money, outside of the christian value system. didn't necessarily come across in the first statements and later clarified that. >> dave: and also taking aim at mitt romney and for romney, it's not the first time that he's had a very successful path questioned by a fellow republican. this time, we haven't heard a lick of this from a republican, rick santorum criticizing mitt romney's time turning around the 1992 salt lake city winter olympics. here is what he said. one of mitt romney's greatest accomplishments, one of the things he talks about the most how he heroically showed up on the scene and bailed out and resolved the problems of the salt lake city olympic games.
he heroically bailed out the salt lake city game by going to congress and asking for tens of millions of dollars to bail out the salt lake city olympic games. [applause] >> in an earmark. in an earmark for the salt lake olympic games. >> clayton: for their part, the romney campaign doesn't dispute that federal money was used to help. >> dave: and always is for every. >> clayton: they also don't dispute-- they point out that rick santorum voted for the very same ear marks that allowed the salt lake city games to get out of the quandary. the romney camp firing back on santorum's olympic comments with this barb. sometimes when you shoot for the hip you end up shooting yourself in the foot. the romney camp says. a pretty big gulf before
seeking 9/11 security and for polar bar exhibits at the pittsburgh zoo. >> dave: interesting attack line for the santorum campaign. i was surprised when the republicans went after the venture captain private equity side and surprised at the olympics. the biggest thing that romney did was raise a lot of private money and they just separated at the point years after one of the most successful winter games in our history. and in utah polling really, really high and a higher favorability there than their native son john huntsman in the state of utah during that primary following that's been done. >> speaking of native sons, newt gingrich is banking on his home state of georgia and he's been down there, you know, interestingly enough, when you look at the straw poll, the atlanta area straw poll, guess who comes out on top? we were just talking about him. rick santorum. newt gingrich second place,
but-- >> very surprising, i think. >> yes. >> it's been a good week for rick santorum, the polls started on valentine's day, it was a sweet polling term for rick santorum on valentine's day and the latest suburban atlanta powell 40% head intoed that. and it will be the third time is the charm thing in fact, back again. >> clayton: this is newt's territory and the most delegates in the republican primary so far will be up for grabs in georgia during this primary, 76 in georgia, which is more than florida. >> dave: more than ohio, even, which is also on super tuesday and this is clearly the place that newt gingrich has circled, here comes my comeback, it comes in the south on super tuesday, most notably in georgia. >> the georgia conservatives have an advantage against tennessee, kentucky, alabama, you know, arkansas, mississippi, louisiana, in the
long run, we survived tim pawlenty, who was the establishment's first choice and then we survived congresswoman bachmann and survived with herman cain, a great surge for a while and survived governor perry and i think we'll presently survive santorum. >> clayton: herman cain out there on the campaign trail as well for newt gingrich down there in georgia. >> you know is also on the campaign trail. >> clayton: who is that? >> there were suggestions that chuck norris would be out, and i don't know, we've got-- >> you need the fighting spirit. >> i need to call nigh people. >> clayton: according to the associated press, chuck norris is going be to be showing up with hill. >> dave: newt gingrich made an issue of the gas prices and if he's the nominee, one of his platforms talking how high gas prices are today and under his administration he, he would bring them down. we're seeing the highest gas prices in our history for this
time of year, if you live in california boy do you know it and feel it because your a hitting four bucks a gallon on the left coast. >> clayton: they already did, 3.53 right now a gallon, up 21 cents since the beginning of this year and remarkably you think, hey, it's got, it's a brutally cold winter, right, we've had snow and home heating oil is through the roof. >> dave: no. >> clayton: no, it's been a very mild winter and people are not turning up the thermostats as high. all the of the prices not driving it. middle east tension is what analysts are saying, tension in the middle east. >> we've been complaining about this, and a problem with the high gas prices, don't we. you're driving that huge hummer and-- >> he drives a semi. >> clayton: you've got three kids. >> please. >> dave: no, no, gas surprises are often a political football. we remember the bush administration, and those on the left went after president bush almost on a weekly base
sits, made it a huge campaign issue how high the gas prices were, do you remember? >> lets democrats in november. if you doesn't like the outrageous gas companies if you feel the oil companies have been given a free ride by the president and vice-president, vote for democrats who will vote for changes in our energy policy. we've got a democratic alternative. give us a chance. >> and george bush gotten his hands around this problem he when he first took office, prices would not be $3 a gallon, but $2, or 1.80 a gallon or 1.50. >> the bush administration policies, big oil over the consumers have resulted in record dependence on foreign oil leaving american families in business to pay even higher prices. >> and with that music-- >> listen, going back to the nixon administration, presidents have been saying we're going to lower gas prices, elect me, we'll lower
gas prices. nixon, where are we now shall 2012. karl rove talked about the media standard, going after one president and not another. >> we won't hear much from the media, the other thing to touch on, remember, bush was pounded because the media was willing to mauck it an issue and jobless recovery at 5 percent unemployment the media made it an issue and lets he be honest, the media is complicit with the president now. so, there you go, the media double standard that seems to always hit on -- or we heard it week after week after week, open the oil reserves, and everyone was pressing george w. bush to open the oil reserves and the same thing hasn't been helping. >> dave: can a president lower gas prices? is a president responsible for the pain at the pump. that's open for debate. we'll have a former ceo of shell oil on later to talk about why prices are so high and what the president can do
to maybe lower them. >> let's get to other headlines, dave, if that's okay with you. >> dave: please do. >> you're looking at brand new video out of st. peters square, where pope benedict is conducti conducti conduct prayers. earlier he celebrated with the 22 new cardinals, you watched it on fox. former archbishop and now cardinal timothy dolan, the head of the defacto church america and responsible for electing a new pontiff. a man with a suicide plot inside the united states capitol. he spent a year planning na foiled attack and considered targeting synagogue and restaurants. he allegedly traveled to multiple states to plan the attack and even going to west virginia to detonate a test bomb.
he went to baltimore to meet with someone he thought was al-qaeda, but actually was an undercover fbi agent and the fbi says its investigations started early last year, after a confidential tip and we actually have a guy, a gentleman, a landlord of this guy. he said he talked to police a while back and also, it was one very special reunion at kennedy space center. 50 years since john glenn became the first american to orbit the earth and there were about 125 retired members of the team there and a turning point for the united states and ultimately led to the mission on the moon. whitney houston's journey home ending with private burial in new jersey. and the family's service different from the star-studded funeral at the new hope baptist church yesterday. ♪ ♪ she's an angel ♪
>> beautiful, beautiful song from alicia keyes, she called whitney her mentor, an emotional rendition from send me an angel. it was whitney's co-star from kevin costn delivered. >> and whitney wondered am i good enough, am i pretty enough, will they like me? whitney if you could hear me now, i would tell you, you weren't just good enough. you were great. >> governor chris christie was there and recognized with a standing ovation for lowering the flags in new jersey. >> we're all so happy to have the governor of new jersey here, that governor christy, christy who had the flags at half mast in honor of whitney. stood by his decision. >> a lot of military families
weren't happy about that, but the big question was, what happened to bobby brown, the ex, whitney's ex fled from the service after apparently getting a fight in the seating. hours later spotted on stage performing with the new edition at the mohegan sun in connecticut and i read that he showed up to the funeral with like a posse of nine people. >> and two were invited and he couldn't see his daughter. >> security you brought too many people here, we're pushing you out. >> tough. and maria molina with the weather. >> good morning, guys, a lot of weather with several storm systems and one is actually bringing some snow to areas of virginia, kentucky, along west virginia and looking at snow for the mountains, as well as those areas, strong severe storms further to the south from the same system, portions
of north florida and southeastern georgia and south carolina and continue to track the thunderstorms as they fire up early today and otherwise two other systems rolling through parts of the intermountain west. let's take a look where they are, one across the southeast and split into two batches of rain, the first batch out of georgia and parts of the carolinas and you can see the second air of unsettled weather bringing in rainfall across mississippi and also, tennessee and some of that moisture starting to hit some of the colder air off to the north and starting to see the white up on the maps in northern kentucky and west virginia and more white stuff popping up as it continues to hit the colder air and temperatures dropping as we get some sunshine. otherwise out west, snow across portions of utah into the cascades and along the intermountain west where we're looking at some of the higher snowfall accumulations through tomorrow. generally 6 to 12 inches of
snow along the areas above 8,000 feet. that's pretty high up rng nonetheless be careful driving through there. virginia, west virginia and kentucky and expect today see three to six inches, higher accumulations along the higher elevations where we could be looking at accumulations of up to eight to 12 inches of snow, along some of the higher spots and current temperatures across the mid atlantic, above freezing so it's going to take time for the temperatures to drop. they're generally at about the mid 40's right now. 49 in raleigh, 48 in atlanta, and new york city, not too bad for this time of the year, 36 degrees there and highs, or current temperatures a little colder off to the west and minneapolis 21 right now, guys. >> dave: thank you, maria. the most buzzed about story of the week has to be linsanity happening here in new york and the new york knicks star jeremy lin, burst in with
seven straight wins on the cover of time magazine, can you believe that with all that's happening in the world, on national tv you can see them at one o'clock against defending champs and not without controversy. >> not without controversy, everyone is trying to find a unique and clever way to use his headlines and lyinsanity and papers are coming up with headlines, but espn the other night that sent out on their mobile website a result of the game, i guess, the friday night game. and they put up a picture of jeremy lin and show you here the actual screen shot from the website, no, we won't, with a racial slur. i believe i believe we were going to show it to you you go go online and find it or foxnews.com and read about it. shows a raushlly insensitive. >> dave: very. >> espn apologized and the statement, last night the
mobile website posted an offensive headline jeremy lin headline was removed at 3:05 a.m. eastern time and we are conducting a complete review of our cross platform editorial procedures and determining appropriate disciplinary action to make sure it's not happening again and we apologize for this mistake. the headlines have included lucky lin, may the best man lin, lin-credible. and race has come into the the story and needs to stay on the side line and a poster with a fortune cookie. it's not about-- he was out of harvard and on the bench a week ago, it's a tremendous story and take on the mavs. >> william as i like to call him. mr. bill o'reilly, was asked to join the "saturday night
live" cast last night. ♪ >> with the host of the o'reilly factor and author-- you have written a best selling book on one of our best known president "killing lincoln" what can we lrn today. >>hat's right. listen, i was a teacher in miami and times now are a the lot like the times in the civil war because we're a divided nation and not as intense as back then, but what we need most now is leadership, we've got to pull together and-- >> ♪ pulling together >> all right. now, it's going to take, going to take a kind of tremendous leadership that president lincoln has to give this country, all right? that's what we need to get it back on point. ♪ back on the path, yeah >> okay. so, lincoln had that leadership and it was just a tragedy that he died the way he did.
♪ it's a tragedy baby, and i got to say ♪ ♪ ooh, we, what's up with that? what's up with that ♪ (laughter) >> and that's the look i was talking about earlier that he was either very good actor or he was genuinely-- >> he knows what's happening. >> the jon stewart show, he knows the roll. >> the first three things he comes out and singing the whole time and introducing the guest is bill o'reilly is sitting there in his khaki pants, what did i get myself into, three minutes singing, pretty funny. >> nice job, william. >> and nice way to plug the book. >> and did you see that, what's up with that? maybe inspired it. >> and you get the singers out thereafter you make your point. >> do my dance, figure eight. >> and thanks, dave.
>> clayton: we'll show more clips coming up later, how is that? we're going to be talking about interesting things this morning, fire up the twitter, fire up the e-mail account, get on the e-mail, email@example.com. >> fire up facebook. >> dave: and also at ff weekend, follow us, come on, get on board. >> come on people. >> dave: ask and you shall receive. new allegations about the italian cruiseship captain, calls for him to undergo another drug test. >> and new york, not able to firing teachers until 2015, talk about putting kids first. what's up with that? ♪ ♪ regions quick deposit lets you deposit checks
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>> dave? >> are you ringing up about there? sing about this. coming up, let's talk about teachers unions and a new deal just inked here in the state of new york between mayor bloomberg, governor cuomo and the teachers unions how you could get rid of troubled teachers in the school system. >> dave: right, it's a new teachers evaluation format. pretty good long-term when you consider we've needed a way forever, especially in the state of new york, to evaluate teachers and not the have to keep them forever regardless of how their students perform, so in the long run, pretty
decent system. in the short-term, this could be an epic disaster. >> juliet: yeah, basically what it does, kind of wipes the slate clean. so, here is is the numbers here. 7,000 teachers basically are off the hook, now, for problems that they've caused. 2600 plus teachers, with one poor rating, not fired. so, basically, you've grandfathered in. >> clayton: the issue is this won't take effect until 2014. and we've got two years for the stuff you're seeing on the clean. wiping the slate clean so two years, in the meantime, 7,000 teachers off the hook and even includes those-- this even includes, sorry. >> dave: a party going on in the studio. >> clayton: and this even includes those rubber rooms. if you saw in "waiting for superman" the famous documentary of teachers basically this trouble and basing union violations and get to sit in the so-called rubber rooms for a long time
and not actually in the classroom and don't get fired and teachers for basically two years sitting on their rump and they're not able to get fired. >> here are some of the examples, bad behaviors, one teacher called students a devil's spawn on facebook, and ten years a teacher was banned from class, still in six figures and a teacher inappropriate, 85,000 a year. right. >> dave: you have to sort of resit t restart the system, but to wipe the slate clean, it seems like a misfire in the short-term. and 70 million dollars the taxpayers are on the hook for. >> clayton: bottom line, potentially, you can't get fired in the next two years, you can do pretty much anything in the next two years. >> dave: and a problem facing most states in the country. how do you put in a new system
for evaluating the teachers in the right way without happening in the past. if you have any ideas. >> juliet: i don't understand. >> clayton: if you want to lose weight, why are you putting the cake in your mouth now, put it down now. >> dave: they needed a new reason to give in. this is what they want. >> let us know what you think at firstname.lastname@example.org and there's the twit ter as well. >> dave: and the pope wrapping up the mass at the vatican and joined by 22 new cardinals, including timothy dolan. >> juliet: for more on that lauren green in the news room. >> good morning, guys, used the mass to consecrate the new cardinals just ended and normally doesn't generate that much attention in the united states even when there are american bishops elevated to cardinal. but this story has gotten attention because of timothy dolan, he is the rock star of this class of cardinals. among 22 new members of the
cardinals, the princes of the catholic church elevated in an elaborate ceremony at the vatican at the attention on dolan has another reason, highest ranking, as archbishop in the big apple and also because of the showdown with the obama administration over mandates and he was asked by the pope to deliver a reflection to all the cardinals in the behind the closed door session and all this have and down to earth demeanor and humor made him a media magnate in rome and he spoke to the throngs of press in typical dolan style, typical of his new york home. >> it's a great day for all of new york, this is the hat i'm going to put on the empire state building and yankee stadium and lady liberty, for all of new york. >> today the mass the cardinals were all in white. that's pope benedict xvi, but
he talked about the unity of the church and those who rise in the church rise to chur of and there is archbishop dolan, well, cardinal dolan. 214 cardinals and nl 125 are under 80 eligible to vote in the next conclave which chooses the next pope. the next pope will be among the cardinals, guys. >> juliet: thank you very much, lauren, great to see you. now to other stories making news. while you were sleeping, north korea threatening to attack south korea or alleged military drills near the border and the north got wind that the south would be conducting artillery drills sometime tomorrow and if that happens they'll consider it quote, a reckless provocation and respond mercilessly. so far, south korea is not commenting on the reports. you'll remember the south conducting similar drills at 2010 at that time. the they're responding with a massive artillery bombardment.
was the captain of the costa concordia high on cocaine when the ship ran aground? survivors are asking after an anomaly popped up in the captain's results. a hair tested positive for cocaine, at the time of the accident, no drugs were present in his system. lawyers are asking the them to retest just to be sure and 32 people as recall were called in the dass sister, including jerry and barbara highly from minnesota honored in a memorial service this weekend at their church. three u.s. congressmen pushing the federal trade commission to investigate google. we'll talk about this later on. they want to probe after yet another report claiming the company was spying on you. according to the wall street journal, google used sar farrey to track people on their i-fons. and they believe the coding
may violate a privacy settlement with the ftc and each could cost up to $16,000 per day google was disabled the coding. kidnapping survive elizabeth smart tying the knot this weekend. 24-year-old maryland scotland native matthew gilmore during a secret ceremony in hawaii. the couple met while on a mormon mission in france last year. they were planning a summer wedding and changed plans last week, to basically avoid hoopla. of course get a lot of attention for that. this coming ten years after smart's hair owing kidnapping ordeal and the family saying she couldn't be happier. and i believe that's it. >> dave: let's do some sports now shall the daytona 500 a week away, an entertaining closest finish in the history of the bud shootout. kyle busch on the left and tony stewart on your right. an amazing finish at the bud shootout.
and bush comes from behind for the win at the last possible second. check it out. less than 1/10 after second. he also had two miraculous saves during the race and how close was it again? 1/100 of a second and daytona 500 one week from today. only tennen 25 drivers finished on the lap. interesting race. the spurs looking for the the 10th straight win, the los angeles clippers would not be easy and would require redemption. you've got to feel good about the spurs gary neil. late in the game, show the tape, lost the inbound pass right to his hands. should have lost the game for the spurs, but got another shot at it because the clippers turned it over and who ended up with it. gary neil. a three that tied it 95 apiece and we go to overtime once again, gary neil, the guy that dropped that inbound pass hits
another big three. and a distant memory is that turnover, 103-100 don't forget the aging spurs, stul pretty darn good, second in the west. clayton you will love this shot from phil mickleson, one in a million at the northern trust in l.a. and watch this. >> he won't hold back, and that's going left. we're in the crowd, left of the crowd, over-- that's, phil mickleson a errant tee shot. where did it go? in a man's shorts. the ball literally stuck inside. (laughter) >> mickleson worried when he sass the fan on his back, the ball was in there and he didn't want to mess up the lie. >> why doesn't he shoot it out of his pants? >> he gave the fan an
autographed ball and apologized. and the espn headline, that's how you be creative. how was that one. a lot of headlines. >> clayton: a lot going through my head right now. >> dave: and andrew lin things, but there. >> first, is there a tiger video? >> nowhere to be seen, fantastic shot. >> juliet: the tiger. >> let's check with maria molina to check with the weather. nice to see you. >> good morning to you and everyone, not too bad at new york city, a current temperature at 36 degrees and it will be a mild day out here and looking at highs or expecting them in the low 40's in new york city which is mild for this time of the year and that's the story across much of the area, 48 will be our high in philadelphia and now a little further off to the south. it's a little cooler around richmond and a high around 41 degrees and looking at snow there from a snowstorm that will be producing generally three to six inches of snow
from eastern kentucky through central portions of virginia, higher apartments are expected along the mountains of virginia and also, west virginia, we can see up to eight or even ten inches of snow out there. temperatures will take some time to drop though, so it's going to take time for that snow to break out in the area with that snowstorm system and it's not moving into the northeast, new york city, you will stay dry today and also to kick off your work week, further to the west, 60 your high in dallas, 64 in houston and a high at 70 in laredo, a quieter day across texas. yesterday, a lot of rain, today, sunshine and pleasant temperatures. click ahead we have quiet across the great lakes and sunshine, detroit 34 for your high, 40 in minneapolis and 48 bismark and looking as unsettled weather further offer to the west with current, snow across portions of the inner mountain west up to a foot of it is possible above 8,000 feet. guys, that's pretty high up. not too bad. now, let's go over to dave.
>> thank you very much, maria, and somehow, i said andrew lin. jeremy lin. it's a lack of sleep, i've got a newborn at home. gave me a break. meanwhile, president obama's reelection campaign shifting focus from romney to santorum and obama campaign recently sent a letter to supporters in pennsylvania asking them to submit damaging stories about g.o.p. candidate rick santorum, will it help or hurt mitt romney? joining me now to discuss is our political panel, fox news contributor, angela mcglowan, robert george and steve levy. good morning to you guys. >> good morning. >> dave: angela, is this bad news because is the obama campaign saying this inevitab inevitable front runner, no loaning longer the case? >> look, obama and his administration, campaign guys are very good they'll take on both of them. you asked the question, is it good they're going off rick
santorum for mitt romney, yes. if you look at the last primary, everybody's going off mitt. now, mitt can concentrate on going after obama, and instead of newt gingrich and rick santorum, win this nomination so he can run against obama. >> dave: steve, what will they go after with rick santorum. >> whatever they're going to get, it's the same thing that romney pretty much already has so i don't think-- >> is it though? >> i don't think it's going to make much difference because whatever they get they're going to internalize anyway. he they do not want to hurt rick santorum, he they want santorum to continue to rise so that these two guys and many more are battling up and beating their brains out the next several months and actually in the end in november they'd rather be running against santorum than romney anyway. >> yes. >> dave: is that the case, robert and what will think use against rick santorum. the washington post says he's too conservative to win the nomination? . not necessarily because the republican party is a
conservative, is a conservative party and rick santorum sings the music of social conservatives. so, he's-- he can certainly win, can certainly win the nomination. i would think though romney is not necessarily going off santorum the way that the obama people would. because romney is not going to attack him on social conservative issues because that's going to offend the base. that's one area they can go. but, and i think, there were other areas where they're going to start looking at his background, like there was a mini scandal in his last turn in the senate when it turned out that, he was basically living in virginia, even though he was getting like a sort of credit-- >> this is what they're going to do. there's no smoking gun on rick santorum, but the sound bite yesterday that inequality is good, we need inequality, also dealing with the contraception issue, the fact that he's pro-life. so what liberals are going to
do is, they're going to run, use scare tactics saying in essence, it's a war on women and the fact that inequality and he-- >> a war on women will definitely be the democratic line. steve, let me ask you about something developing out of michigan where rick santorum's leading the polls in mitt romney's home state and some are saying, if santorum wins, republicans are going to call for a new nominee. do you think there's a possibility of that happening? >> there's still a long, long way to go. there are going to be 13 contests determined over the next two weeks and there's going to be a mix and mosh with all of this. in the long run, romney still has more money, more organization. the big thing for romney is it going to be can he keep this aura of being more electable than the the others? if he doesn't have that,'s in trouble. >> the thing is he's not going to keep that if he loses, especially if he loses in michigan. there was one poll that had
him at double digit deficits to santorum in ohio and if santorum starts showing that he can win in the midwest, then the whole inevitable-- >> it's still romney the the favorite. >> and angela, george, steve, thank you. still ahead, we've been telling you that gas prices rocketed in the highest level in history this time of year and many playing four bucks a gallon. what is causing the spike? first a supreme court justice and now the new york times calling the constitution out of date. are they right? the debate next. ♪
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>> all right. welcome back. gas prices hit a record high by this time of year and some predicted by april he we could see prices 4.25. why is mum the world when it comes to gas prices in the mainstream media. nicole petallides joins us. >> good morning, clayton. >> clayton: $4 a gallon already in california it's not that far off. why is the mainstream media down playing the price sns. >> it's a great question and i had a he love to be able to call and ask them that. during the bush administration they were all over it, we were looking tu and going back and finding that according to the business and media institute, it turns out he they did a lot of coverage during the bush years and during this administration they're not doing that, about 15-1, 2008 versus 2011. cynics say not good. >> clayton: and we were joking because we've had a harsh
winter, but it's been a mild winter and heating oil. the numbers up 91.5% from 2009 to 2012. from january of '09 to right now. >> right, when i'm looking at that the first thing i think of is something we got from our senior editor over at the fox business network, he was noting that during the first 37 months of the bush administration, versus the first 37 months of the obama administration, so, bush had a rise of 12%. obama, 95%. so, gasoline prices are soaring, and all the networks should be covering this, something that americans if, you don't have-- if you're paying at the pump you don't have money for groceries, for clothing or whatever else you want to buy. >> clayton: you know good journalism as you're digging through the numbers. who, what, where of the story is so important. so why, why is this happening? why are they going through the roof? >> why are the numbers happening? >> rocketing at the pump. >> we don't have an energy
policy and this is what the administration campaigned on. you have sound bites showing hillary clinton and nancy pelosi campaigning on idea there was going to be great policies, but where are the policies and domestic drilling and the permits waiting in the gulf of mexico? so, this, where, it's about nat gas. we have so much in reserves for nat gas we could switch to that when i talk to experts and i talk to a lot of them, they talk about a lack of an energy policy in the states and demand abroad and basically our hands are tied and you start to see oil rising. >> clayton: what about talking unrest in the middle east, concerns over iran cutting off the straits of hormuz. >> that's a huge issue and seeing the rise in prices which you noted the top of the segment, so early in the year is bad news. we've never been seen the rise this early in the calendar year, the it's a seasonal thing and every expert knows, buthushing--
historically. >> clayton: can you imagine a harsh winter? no, no, we don't want to conflict with the groundhog. nicole petallides on the fox business network. coming up on the show the constitution is failing the american people because it's out of date? that's what the new york times is saying, are they right? we'll debate that coming up. his policies almost put it out of business and why is president obama now touting the jobs he's created? ♪ [ rosa ] i'm rosa and i quit smoking with chantix. when the doctor told me that i could smoke for the first wee.. i'm like...yeah, ok... little did i know that one week later i wasn't smoking. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix is proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke. some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitation,
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>> welcome back, if i remember the u.s. supreme court justice and now the new york time says the u.s. constitution is outdated and reporter writes, the constitution is out of step with the rest of the world in failing to protect our right to travel, presumption of innocence and entitlement to food, education and health care. so is the constitution too old to be useful? joining us right now for a fair and balanced debate is chief council and policy director, carrie and washington university at law and co-author declining influence of the u.s. constitution, david, we know where you stand on that. the new york times piece, read you another quote. says, but the constitution is out of step with rest of the world. explain why you think that's the case. >> well, our constitution is not just out of step, the the world is out of step with our own reality.
at this point we really, the constitution and document so old that it no longer affects what we do in the constitution. we have two, the large c constitution, and a small c constitution, political parties nor where in the constitutional document. they're a part of our government and the agencies that people deal with and the things in the constitution that don't really govern the reality, for example, the electoral college, that's not how we choose our president. so it's not surprising that other countries wouldn't copy the u.s. constitution given it doesn't describe our own system. >> justice ruth ginsburg of the supreme court said i would not look to the united states constitution if i was drafting a constitution in 2012. she recommends the south africa constitution, canadian charter of rights. other countries are not copying our constitution as it were, but i don't think it should be treat today a popularity contest.
whether it produces a stable government that protects basically religious freedoms and our basic fundamental civil rights, those should be the grounds to test and i think on those grounds the american constitution fares well. a government that stands the test of time and oldest continuing in use constitution and i think that's all favor about constitution. >> sherry, do you think that david does have any point? >> i actually think that justice gyps burg and some of t of-- ginsburg, and the points that he made, our liberty, we have structural procedures and we give limits to the government and all the rights are retained by the people. >> juliet: and david, the last word. the constitution may be part of a general decline in american power and prestige.
explain that. >> so, i can't speak for the new york times, and i'm not sure where she thinks we're reading the state of the world and constitution, but when we say in the paper that the united states influence is waning, we are a point to go a theory that some people hold. we're not able to prove or disprove that, or purport to, but we can show that the u.s. constitution is, not a document that others copy. it's not surprising because even if you wanted to copy the u.s. constitutional system you wouldn't start with the document at this point. >> email@example.com. i feel a feeling a lot of our viewers are weighing in on that. and we appreciate you waking up early on a sunday morning. he alerted the morrocan money plotting an attack on the u.s. years ago and the former landlord, plus, who is it the greatest president in history? and the answer may surprise you, that's coming up. we'll be right back.
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>> good morning, february 19th. i'm juliet huddy in for alisyn camerota. and stepping up his game, and the target, president obama. >> it's about some phony ideal. some phony theology, not a theology based on the bible, a different theology. >> juliet: we'll explain a little about that. will it help him get to the white house, dave. >> dave: well, he spent a year plotting a suicide attack to blow up the united states capitol, but two years ago, his landlord alerted police about his suspicious
activities. and that landlord joins us live. >> clayton: have you ever had a first date from an online match service like this one? >> i've been on first dates this year, no second dates. oh. >> can everyone relate to that, why looking for live online won't work. new research, scientists are behind this, they say it doesn't work. >> juliet: oh, please. >> clayton: fire up the e-mails, "fox & friends" hour two starts now. ♪ we need a medic, on the couch. >> juliet: did you hear me gasp when i was doing that he debate. >> clayton: a first aid kit. >> juliet: no, i moved my papers and a paper cut and it's bleeding now, horrible, horrible. >> poor baby. >> clayton: dave thought you broke your hand. >> dave: i can offer you
coffee, but that's about it. >> juliet: it's gushing blood right now. >> welcome to "fox & friends," juliet huddy in for alisyn. and bleeding. >> clayton: and new father dave. i'm your lovely co-anchor clayton morris. and let's talk about rick santorum, the polls out on valentine's day show him surging with a sweet day on valentine's day for rick santorum. out in ohio though going on the attack. ohio's second only to georgia for the number of delegates up there. he's going to-- >> yeah, can he pull off the cowboy hat? the sweater vest, he rocks it. but the cowboy hat. >> clayton: combine the sweater vest and-- >> no jo only if you're rick perry. that's city slicker style. he went after president obama, not a lot of candidates going after other's faith, but rick
santorum going off his-- >> it's not about your job, it's about a phony ideal, a phony theology, oh, not theology based on the bible, but a different theology. >> juliet: a lot of whoos when i said the phony theology line. >> clayton: and the white house, they did a whoo. >> dave: sure did. offered statement. the latest low in a republican primary campaign that has been fueled by distortions of ugliness and searing pessimism and negativity, from the obama campaign deputy press secretary. and now the latest for rick santorum, are you saying the president is the not a christian, he replied if he says he's a christian he's a christian. he was talking about the president's policy, aren't in line with christianity, creating jocks, so on, so forth.
>> clayton: governor huckabee also says i never question a person's faith. what's in their heart you can't possibly know, but when your actions are part of the, you know, the public discussion and i think that's what senator santorum clarified he was speaking about that. >> juliet: let us know if you feel that maybe that's going to alienate people who are religious, who are towards the president. >> dave: certainly a cultural battle going on. >> juliet: another battle between rick santorum and mitt romney. let's listen to what mr. santorum had to say about the olympics and mitt romney's involvement in saving the olympics. >> he bailed out the salt lake city olympic gains, heroically going to congress and asking for tens of millions ever dollars to bail out the salt lake city olympic games. mra (applause) >> in an earmark. in an earmark for the salt
lake olympic games. >> dave: now to be clear, olympic games, in fact, all of them in my knowledge do require public money and mitt romney was ten years ago, they just celebrated the ten years anniversary of the salt lake city games and a success. and what mitt romney said about the attacks. sometimes whoa you shoot from the hip you end up shooting yourself in the foo: a pretty wide gulf seeking money for post 9/11 security at the olympics and seeking earmarks exhibit for polar bear exhibits at the pittsburgh zoo and santorum has been hit hard for ear marking in the state of pennsylvania. the best thing romney did in salt lake was raise money from the private sector, millions and millions of it. >> clayton: and about security making sure they had the proper security for them in the games and a major concern when you've got thousands and thousands of people pouring in there. for the post 9/11 era.
an interesting back and forth there. in utah, romney's favorability through the roof and polls show he's more favorable than john huntsman the former governor of utah. >> it seems like that's more his home state than michigan, michigan is where he was born and trailing santorum. and to your point doing well in the state and arizona as well. >> juliet: newt gingrich's home state was georgia and he was visiting the atlanta and shaking hands and kissing baby-- well, popular guy down there, not as popular as i cording to the straw poll, santorum coming outen 0 top with 40. gingrich 27, paul and romney. >> clayton: much is made of the straw polls and attacking mitt romney over the cpac, saying i don't stack straw polls or the fact that romney bussed in a lot of individuals. the straw polls you pay to go
into. how much weight you put between the few hundred people inside one of the straw polls, but in newt's back yard, 40% is a sizable number. >> dave: i'm sure he'll tell you atlanta area snot much representative of the staut of georgia. much like in florida. newt did well in northern florida. an interesting breakdown, but newt gingrich clearly betting on the south on super tuesday, in particular his home state. here is the strategy. >> a georgia conservative has a certain advantage across tennessee, kentucky, alabama, you know, arkansas, mississippi. louisiana. in the long run, we survived tim pawlenty, who was the establishment's first choice and then we survived congresswoman bachmann and then came back survived herman cain, had a great surge for a while and came back and
survived governor perry and i think we'll survive santorum. >> juliet: he'll be back in the georgia nair with chuck norris. >> clayton: and herman cain on the campaign trail as well. much more on politics. >> new headlines and video from the vatican overnight. take a look at this. ♪ >> pope benedict xvi celebrated sunday mass with the 22 new cardinals he elevated yesterday. you saw that on fox yesterday morning. among the them former archbishop new cardinal timothy dolan and making him the head of the defacto church in america. and he and the other cardinals serve as close advisors to the pope and also responsible for electing his successor. whitney houston's journey home ending with a private burial today. in her native new jersey and the family say it's different from the star-studded funeral
at the new hope baptist church yesterday. ♪ 'cause she is an angel ♪ and she is an angel ♪ oh, yeah >> a lot of beautiful performances yesterday. there were, that's alicia keyes who called whitney her mentor, an emotional rendition of must be an angel and whitney's former co-star kevin costner, picture the movie "the bodyguard" delivered one of the most moving speeches of the ceremony. >> the whitney i knew despite success and worldwide fame still wondered am i good enough? am i pretty enough? will they like me? whitney if you could hear he me now, i would tell you, you weren't just good enough. you were great. >> governor chris christie was there from new jersey and recognized with a standing ovation, remember, he ordered state flags would be lowered in her honor. >> we're also happy to have
the governor of new jersey here that, governor christy who had the flags at half mast in honor of whitney. [applause] >> and stood by his decision. >> juliet: standing ovation there, it was a decision that wasn't without controversy, there were some folks who felt, you know, it just wasn't right for an entertainer to get that, the big question was, bobby brown, what happened. houston's ex-husband bailed from the service early after reportedly getting in a fight over seating. he had reportedly some, a big group with him, only allowed a few seats and he was spotted on stage performing with new edition at mohegan sun arena in connecticut later on that day. there are rising concerns about iran's nuclear program just as a u.n. nuclear team returns to the country to investigate its new facilities and diplomates saying that iran is set to significantly
expa expand uranium enrichment. and say everything is in place for new centrifuges to be installed, but stressed tehran has not started installation. iran claims its nuclear activity is purely for peaceful purposes and the u.s. and israel vow to use any means necessary to prevent iran having nuclear welcomes. those are your headlines. >> clayton: coming up on the show. two years ago he alerted authorities about a morrocan been plotting to blow up the u.s. capitol. the former landlord is next. >> dave: chew on this. a baby getting a life lesson from fido. love this. ♪ and veggie nutrition... v8 v-fusion, also refreshing plus tea.
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morrocan man accused of plotting to carry out a suicide bombing at the u.s. capitol. >> clayton: even no the fbi have been tracking him for a year, his former landlord expressed suspicions two years ago, calling police in july of 2010. joining us now is the man, the former landlord after al ka levy. >> good morning, first, i have to ask you what tipped you off and made your radar go off that something was a little off with this guy? >> well, yes, he was, initially, he wasn't on the lease. >> clayton: is girlfriend was. >> his girlfriend was and she did say she might get married my wife recalled. and they did get married, allegedly and moved in. they were living a while a arguments and she abruptly left, left the country. >> juliet: he had male
visitors lot. >> yes. >> juliet: what was the behavior there? >> very, what at the call fervent behavior, sort of suspicious behavior and it was not the normal type of relationship. you try to establish, with your tenants. >> clayton: friendly, you say he was-- >> he was defensive. >> clayton: in what way. were there questions you would ask of him and he would dodge. >> i would ask him, why hasn't he signed the lease, as i recall, at one point or i would ask him after he stopped paying rent and threatening to harm me, i asked him to leave. >> juliet: he threatened to inflict violence upon you? >> yes, going to harm me physically in no uncertain terms. >> did you think behind closed doors he was doing something? i mean, we now know what he was working on, testing bombs and working on this.
did you think anything like this could have been happening behind his wall? >> oh, yes, well, unfortunately the profile, he fit the profile of what the media was presenting at that time. of people engaged in those type of activities, so, i-- i just thought he would be that type of person and-- >> and you also said that he would receive packages and say they're books. >> right. >> and you felt like maybe not? >> well, they-- initially when he first moved in, and in several days he received a lot of books and so, i assumed he planned ahead of time with his girlfriend to move in, knowing that he wouldn't be approved for any lease and that he, i think he used his girlfriend. and this is my conjecture at this point. >> clayton: he name wasn't on the lease. what happened when you told police? this was two years ago, what
did they? did they take it up or-- >> they have to do a job and treat all in fairness not doing anything. >> and i accused him of making bombs, fit that profile, i don't know for sure, but suspect he's doing something illegally. and so the police went in to investigate. and well, there are several not very important details, but-- >> the best detail of all, they spent a lot of time tracking him, watching him. monitoring him and then now we know how it ended up, with a fake bomb, watched at every step and arrested at the very end ap perhaps thanks to your eagle eye on all of this, frank. >> well, i was-- i worked for many years to have, to have to have a security awareness. >> clayton: yeah. >> and i worked at the, patent
attorneys, but the army jag headquarters. >> juliet: and you kind of knew what to look out for. >> we have a lot of training in what to do, so. >> juliet: you employed that. >> clayton: frank. thank you for joining us this morning and sharing your story with us, an amazing story. >> i wish it could have had a different ending for the person because i wush i could have reached out to him like a normal tenant, but that wasn't in the cards. >> juliet: and reaching out to him. thank you very much for joining us, frank. >> you never know what the common man can expect that's why it came to this. >> clayton: thank you. >> juliet: and we've got to do the teas, frank. >> oh, i'm sorry. >> juliet: all right. up next, his policies almost put it out of business and why is president obama creating the jobs he touted at boeing. >> the is he the greatest president in history? and it might surprise you with the gallup poll coming up.
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episodes of fox tonight, 500th. >> clayton: we do that in two years. >> dave: thanks, they never age. and meanwhile, president obama is applauding congress for passing the payroll tax cut extension and at the same time, he bashes the box tax cuts. and quote, bush tax cutsing going to expire, and whoever the president is will share what the policy is and how we reduce our deficits and how we maintain stability the next 20 to 30 years, i have not even in my lifetime as dark a choice as we have in 2012. >> can president obama have it both ways? joining us is conservative columnist, mary katherine. >> nice to see you. can he have it both ways out on the campaign trail? it's a politicalor and everyone seems to have it both ways during a political year. >> that's what he wants, obviously, he wants to be able to say, well, bush's tax cuts bad, mine good. there mother mine don't have to be paid for, bush tax cuts
do and i'm going to complain until the end of time. that's what he wants and frankly due to his own rhetorical skill. pretty good at getting away with it and in addition to the media bias plays a part as well, but he does tend to have it both ways on a lot of issues and i think he'll continue on. >> and the republicans are in a tough spot there. if they opposed payroll tax cut extension, they're hammered as the party against the middle class. >> and if you have to off set it or won't and democrats wouldn't go for it with fairly easy thing like freezing frl pay, i think a good solution and democrats wouldn't go for it, but the president is hunky-dory with that being unpaid for. >> we'll see this, the tension of the bush tax cuts the end of the year, the president in 2010 pushing for the extension is going along with it, even when he was campaigning against letting it roll back. is that where the hipocracy
comes from, is that why the right is right on this one? >> it's sort of transparent that he ended up going along with it and nows' back to bashing them as much as ever and there's a philosophy, you do not have to offset the bush tax cuts, because if you say it's pay for every tax cut. you're presuming, your money is the government money. that's not a loss of revenue, it's your money you're getting back. i'm not sure they have to be paid for, but him paying on both sides is hypocritical. >> let's talk about the boeing plant, a major political issue a couple of months ago, boeing wanted to move a major plant for the dream liner down to south carolina where they weren't required to have unions. nlrp, supposed to be independent and has direct obama appoint east was challenging the building of that plant and was going to shut it down and suddenly the president is talking up this very plant. listen to what he said this week. >> the dream liner is the
plane of the future. and by building it here, boeing is taking advantage of a huge opportunity that exists right now to bring more jobs and manufacturing back to the united states of america. [applaus [applause]. >> your thoughts? >> this one cracks me up. you don't get credit, if you have your boot on someone's neck, you don't get credit for lifting it right before they choke out. that's basically what happened. the nlrb says this isn't america anymore, you can't move factories lily nilly to any states. the and they force add deal with the machinists union and now we'll remove complaint and freely building in south carolina and the president bragging about this i think is a new step. he's first gotten credit for saving creative jobs, and jobs likely existed and mythical now credit for the jobs that
he actively tried to destroy. >> and after he finished that line that we just talked about, you heard people applauding, so, does this resonate with the base and is that all that matters now? >> i think his rhetoric largely works when he says they are he' made in america and fine and dandy. and he only wanted them made by his friends and unions in washington. south carolina can, you know, jump off a cliff. that was the issue. do people know the nlrb issue in depth? maybe not everyone, but that's why we're here and that's something that he needs to be called on and frankly he isn't called on it nearly enough. >> mary katherine, read her in the daily caller, and weekly standard and 5 a.m. in d.c. thanks for being here. >> clayton: coming up on the show. espn apologizing to jeremy lin this morning for a major foul. explaining the headline controversy next. . >> dave: and have you ever had a first date from an online match like this?
>> welcome back to "fox & friends," everyone likes puppies, don't they? and likes kids? >> when you combine them you make for one heck of an awesome youtube viral video. >> slam-dunk. >> watch this five month old boy learn a thing or two about teething from his pet pugles. watch this. >> . >> clayton: this will work. and how am i doing, mom? >> this has gotten over 15,000 hits on youtube since it was posted. >> dave: i could watch that for the next three hours. and that's really cute.
i love there's no sound, but you don't need it. >> no. >> now, here is the problem, clayton, i only have a cat so what's my baby going to pick up from the cat. going to lick itself. >> clayton: lick itself. >> dave: taking a bath on-- >> and why are you turning to clayton, he has a child and i don't. >> clayton: no, dave and i are cat people. >> juliet: that explains a lot. >> clayton: it it does. >> juliet: i'm kidding, all of you cat people out there. >> hey. don't mock us. >> juliet: there's a little study that's been done that says you cannot the predict, basically online dating doesn't work. i take issue with this study because i have two very good friends who are and-- >> let's back thup. beep, beep, beep. you think about eharmony says it's built an algorithm that can predict love and an hour and a half to fill out an online survey and go through
the process. and our producer let us know that's how long it takes and they say we can guarantee love. >> dave: to clayton's point it's an algorithm, an equation, not just like they take your picture and match with that picture and there's a scientific formula, but the research points out the formula doesn't work out and doesn't match. i'm with you on this. i think that online dating, it's about opportunity. you meet 50 people online versus the two or three you can meet out there on the street. so it's about opportunity. >> juliet: and they say that one of the big problems is there are a lot of matches that don't happen because, you know, people use the pictures and like glamour shots. >> clayton: five years ago. >> juliet: and you find out that was taken-- >> 40 pounds lighter. >> juliet: exactly. >> take a look, and the rights that use the algorithms that make romantic matches and based variables, don't work. predictors of solid relationship, live interaction style, might not work.
formula can't accurately predict how real life interaction will function. >> juliet: they say that you basically, the success of a potential relationship depends on how you handle stress and obviously, the chemistry, where you are in your life, right? work with me. >> clayton: and i think-- the pictures. >> juliet: your baggage and-- >> does anyone look like their photos. >> juliet: i've never gone on-- >> i don't know, i was a little late for that. let us know. do you think there's an equation that works to predict love. we're on twitter or firstname.lastname@example.org. >> juliet: i think set up by your friends and that's-- >> oh, the setup. what else has happened? >> oh, my life and-- >> well, it's only a four hour show. >> juliet: okay. very cute. the united states now keening a very close eye on the ongoing violence in syria and a new report says the u.s. is flying unmanned drones over
syria to monitor the government's crackdown on opposition forces and defense officials stress it's not because the u.s. military wants military intervngs, but so the white house can use the information to push for widespread international response. and syrian forces resumed attacks on friday and blatantly disregarding the u.n. resolution to end the crackdown at the president's side, to step aside. they're called the princes of the church, 22 new cardinals celebrating their first sunday mass with the pope at the vatican this morning, one of those new cardinals, rock stars they call him. a lot of attention, for more on that we go to our rock star, lauren green live in the news room, lauren. >> you're right. this has gotten a lot of attention from the world mainly because of one man, timothy dolan, the rock star of this class of cardinals. at today's conscration mass,
to serve. >> and 22 new members of the sacred college of cardinals in a live ceremony. it's gotten attention worldwide, the highest ranking bishop and archbishop of the big apple and he and the bishops are in a he showdown with the obama administration over the health care mandate and the holy father himself cast by the pope to deliver to all the cardinals behind closed doors and his down to et demeanor and humor, made him a media magnet and speaking to them in a dolan style, mindful of his new york home. >> it's a great day for new york, this is the hat i would
put on the empire state building and yankee stadium and the statue of liberty. it's for all of new york the not just for me. >> there are 180 cardinals under 80 and can vote on the next conclave for pope he. >> thank you. was the captain of the costa concordia high on cocaine when the ship ran aground last month? that's the question survivors are asking after an anomaly popped up in his drug test results. he tested positive for cocaine. at the time of the accident there were no drugs present in his system. and some of the passengers are now asking officials to retest the samples just to be sure. 32 people were killed in the concordia disaster, including jerry and barbara hyle from minnesota honored at a ceremony at their church. who is the greatest president from modern times.
turns out most the guys say the guy on your right. ronald reagan, top choice. 69% of people believe that reagan did an outstanding or above average job. president bill clinton came in second with 60% and those are the headlines. these are modern presidents because last year, gallup did a poll last year, ronald reagan number one and abraham lincoln number two and george washington five on the list. >> people are split on obama whether he'd be a good or bad president. >> bottom of the list, richard nixon, thought of as one of the poorest of the presidents. poorest. >> dave: and all right, weigh in on that on twitter. let's get to maria molina, outside with the the check of the weather. is it cold out there? >> definitely on the chilly side. 37 degrees here in new york city. it's february, we could be looking at temperatures at or below freezing and we haven't seen a lot of snow, but we'll
be seeing snow further off to the south from us. and seeing snow across central virginia and western into eastern kentucky and the state of west virginia, we could be talking about up to half a foot of snow or higher amounts, locally. especially in the higher amounts for them and tracking the risk for severe storms across portions of northern florida and earlier in the day and that will continue to push eastward and otherwise across the west, very unsettled, there's two storm systems moving through portions of the inner mountain west and impacting areas as far north and west as the cascades of snow. we've been talking about snowfall accumulations eight feet in the inner mountain west. and the snow, good news for them. taking a look at the regions, northeast, not too bad this time of the year. 48 your high in philadelphia. 38 in pittsburgh and 30 over in buffalo, you're still going to have snow showers out across portions of upstate new
york, not too bad. sunshine, get out and enjoy the beautiful sunshine. there's snow across portions of kentucky and also virginia, head into florida temperatures will be nice in the 70's, guys. >> dave: in the 70's. >> clayton: almost end of summer and back to school time coming soon. >> dave: thank you, maria. he they helped shape our country. coming up we'll take a look at some of our nation's most important decisions to come out of the oval office. >> juliet: and beware users, google is tracking you. we'll explain how the internet giant is it perhaps invading your privacy. ♪ of soup? delicious campbell's soups fill you with vegetable nutrition, farm-grown ingredients,
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some quick headlines, police on long island, new york, unconfirming they've uncovered skeletal remains not far from where police are investigating a potential serial killers. remains have turned up in the same place. espn coming under fire for a racial slur and headline onyx sensation jeremy lin. the headline was posted early yesterday morning after the hornet ended the knicks seven game winning streak and espn says it was removed 35 minutes after it was posted and the company apologized it was on their mobile site. >> clayton: monday is president's day. we're looking back at the top five presidential decisions that shaped our notion. here to help is a presidential historian. and nick, always nice to see you, welcome back to the show. >> good to see you. >> all right, let's talk with the top five. the top five presidential decisions that shaped our
country, when you think maybe a president doesn't make consequential decisions. >> kennedy decides to go to the moon. we were losing the cold war and missile gap and wanted 0 to rebrand. at the time 30 billion dollars and a lot of money and people called it a moon-doggle. we got there before 1970 and it worked, his lasting legacy, the moon. >> you said people called it a moon-doggle by the critics. now, number four on the list, harry truman in dropping the atomic bomb. >> it's considered one of the biggest decisions in the presidency because of the moral nature of it. he really, people thought he wrestled with the decision, but he really didn't. he felt like it would shorten the war, avoid an invasion of japan which would have been bloody and never looked back and defended that decision and
people think of it as the sort of the pressure of the decision, a premier decision in the history of the presidency. >> clayton: perhaps shaped the history of all time and of course saved american lives at the end of that. fdr is third on your list here. entering world war ii. >> right, franklin roosevelt len lease. he is remembered for getting us out of the war. and i would argue him getting us into the war before pearl harbor. in 1940, england was close to suing for peace with germany, and needed munitions and supplies and appropriate to lend them money free, even though there was an isolationist congress and country wanted to remain neutral and i would argue the most momentous to get us into the war at the time he did and turned out to be pressient. >> and the panama canal.
tr thought we would be a super power before anybody else and knew that we need add two ocean navy and in order to do at that we needed to create the panama canal. he essentially helped foment in revolution in colombia which owned panama and panama was a break away country and had a deal with us he had a famous quote, i'll act now and let congress debate it later and changed the nature of this country. >> and sort of what abraham lincoln, act now and let the people deal with it, signing the emancipation proclamation. >> lincoln wrestled with it, he did not believe some of the mission of the civil war was eradicate slavery. he needed to do something do change the trajectory of the war and went by himself in the summer and wrote emancipation and told his cabinet, i'm not asking for your point of view, we're going to do this.
in january 1, 1863 he signed it and the most momentous decision of his lifetime and most momentous in history. >> clayton: nick, the author of the book-- i wish i had it here, what's the name. >> presidential leadership, 15 decisions that changed the nation. >> clayton: you said it better than i can. thank you so much. >> good chatting with you. >> thank you. >> clayton: he's 12 years old and battling leukemia and the drug he needs to survive, part of a massive shortage. and from smart phone to iphone, google tracking iphone users by circumventing the software. we'll explain how it works coming up next. while it built up in my system. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantiis proven to help people quit smoking. it reduthe urge to smoke. some people had changes in behavior, thinking orood, hostility, agitation, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions
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calling, rather, on the federal trade commission to investigate google after an investigation discovers google tracking in a way of iphone users. >> clayton: google says they weren't inattention nahle tracking, and within the law. let's find out. laurie andrews is a lawyer and author "i know who you are and i saw what you did", let's be clear about this if you own an iphone or ipad, specifically what it is, the software, safari browsing software by apple on by default to protect from you the stuff. google went around it, am i right, laurie? >> absolutely. they, safari is protective of privacy and only put third quarter tracking if you consent. and they secretly sent messages to websites appear for you to consent to tracking
it's like google broke into the house and looked at my underwear drawer and book shelf. they say they do it to get me better ads. clearly, sure, they could snd me better ads for bras and books that i like, but he they would be invading my privacy and worse yet in this instance, google left the door open. when they put the tracking mechanisms on your computer through safari, they didn't limit it to our own, but opened the door for all third party trackers and they say that was inadvertent, but lots of information was collected about people without their consent. >> dave: what types of things are they gathering about us? >> well, it's not just iphone users because by their very nature, google has access to the operating system of the droid and what google ganers in all sorts of settings is texts of our e-mails, what our google searches are and what we watch on youtube and
recently announced they were going to combine all this have across platforms. if i'm writing a confidential g-mail e-mail to a divorce lawyer or searching because of a medical condition for some treatments on a google search, then when i'm watching a youtube with my son ads could appear linked to the private sorts of information. >> clayton: this is stuff owned by default and google goes around it and says that the wall street journal article mischaracterized what they were doing. and we appreciate you joining us, the book is "i know who you are and i saw what you did". >> dave: now we're throwing away our iphones. and as the battle for michigan heats up, will it work. chris wallace the anchor at fox news sunday weighs in. there he is, poised to discover plum amazins,
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>> hello, everybody, it's sunday february 19th. and i'm juliet huddy in for alisyn. >> he brought in some phony ideal. phony theology. not based on the bible, a different theology. he doesn't stop there, what he had to say about mitt romney, we'll tell you. >> dave: plus, gas prices reach their highest level in history at this time of year. you know that, you're feeling it. where is the outrage though. how the pain at the pump may only get worse. >> clayton: and bill o'reilly making a late night stop at 30 rock on snl. >> we've got to pull together. ♪ pulling together (laughter) >> what's up with that? fox and friends, hour three starts right now and more of that coming up.
you don't want to miss it. ♪ >> hello everybody. >> welcome in to "fox & friends" on this sunday morning. and that's dave briggs, juliet huddy in for alisyn this morning and i'm clayton morris, good to see you. >> good to see you my friends, and the news. >> pope benedict xvi, celebrating a sunday mass this morning. >> ♪ >> of course, today's mass of particular note because the pope was joined by 22 new cardinals he elevated yesterday. among them the a former archbishop, now he's a cardinal timothy dolan and defacto head of the catholic church in america and he and the other cardinals serve as
close advisors to the pope and they'll be responsible for electing his successor. according to court documents, the man spent a year planning a foiled attack allegedly targeting the u.s. capitol and apparently considered targeting a synagogue and restaurant. and they shea that he traveled to multiple states to plan the attack and even to west virginia to detonate a test bomb and went to baltimore to meet with someone he thought was al-qaeda, but it was actually an undercover fbi agent. oops. the fbi says its investigation started early last year after a confidential tip. and whitney houston's journey home ending with a private burial today in native new jersey. the family said the service was different than at the new hope baptist church in newark, yesterday. >> ♪ you'll always be our ribbon in the sky ♪
♪ an ayn gel from god's choir, and an angel from god's choir ♪ >> stevie wonder, revealed he had a little crush on houston. and sang "ribbon in the sky" and whitney's mentor and friend clive davis offered this tribute. >> you wait for a voice like that in a lifetime. you wait for face like that, a smile like that, a presence like that for a lifetime. and when one person embodies it all, well, it takes your breath away. >> juliet: the big question is what happened to bobby brown? he is of course, houston's ex-husband and apparently bailed early from the service after reportedly getting into a fight over seating and he claims that security moved him and his family, kept moving him. later, he was spotted on stage performing with new edition at
mohegan sun casino arena in connecticut and it was one special reunion at kennedy space center yesterday. veterans of nasa's project mercury coming together to mark 50 years since john glenn became the first american to orbit the earth. about 125 retired members of the team there a turning point for the u.s. and ultimately ended in the mission to the moon. gentlemen. >> clayton: thank you, juliet. >> dave: rick santorum, it it looks like the new front runner if you look at the national polls and leading now in michigan, one of the next big states on the 28th and he's going after mitt romney and he's going after president obama, and even bringing in faith to the conversation, listen. >> it's not about you, it's not about your quality of life, it's not about your job. it's about some phony ideal, some phony theology. oh, not a theology based on the bible, a different
theology. >> a lightning rod. >> yeah, that didn't sit too well with the obama administration, not a theology based on the bible, a different theology. and the obama white house firing back and says this about what santorum said the latest low in an ugliness, searing pessimism and negativity, though senator santorum walked the comments back and clarified them later seeing if the president says he's a christian, i believe's he a christian and he says he was referring to the policies of president obama not keeping with the christian faith. >> the president wasn't the only target though, he went after mitt romney regarding the olympics, listen to what he had to say about this. >> he bailed out the salt lake city olympic games, by heroically going to congress and asking them for tens of millions of dollars to bail out the salt lake olympic games.
in an earmark. in an earmark for the salt lake olympic games. >> dave: interesting because this is the second time now that the things mitt romney uses to describe why he should be president, why his private sector experience is an asset, it's the second time republicans have attacked him for just that. and i'm sure mitt romney's camp would say, every olympics gets government money and here is in fact their direct quote. sometimes he when you shoot from the the hip, you end up shooting yourself in the foot. there is a pretty wide gulf between seeking money for post 9/11 security at the olympics and seeking ear marks for poe har bear exhibits at the pittsburgh zoo. and you know that santorum is taking heat and romney did rise millions from the private sector for the games. >> and some calling him quote, the king of ear marks with his time in the senate, and
further, the romney campaign says that he voted for these ear marks during the salt lake city games, that senator santorum voted along with that ear mark to go to the olympic games. >> juliet: what do you think of mr. santorum's remarks, getting a heated? >> yeah, we'll ask chris wallace about that. one thing you're all feeling every time you pull up to the gas station is the pain at the pump in california. no, you can't just say that. >> dave: gas prices north of four bucks a gallon. the highest ever at this time of year. you can see the average, 3.53 a gallon. up 21 cents since january 1st. will this become a political issue? one would imagine if you looked at our past, it usually is. >> clayton: yeah, looking at the past, you look over the past few years during the push administration, nancy pelosi was repeatedly going after president george w. bush on the high gas prices. fake a listen.
>> democrat in november, if you don't like the outrageous gas prices, if you feel that the oil companies have been given a free ride by the president and the vice-president, vote for democrats who will vote for changes in our energy poly. we've got a democratic alternative. give us a chance. >> and george bush got his hands around the problem, prices wouldn't be, $3 a gallon. it would be 1.80 a gallon, 1.50 a gallon. >> and the administration poy for big oil have resulted in record dependence on foreign oil, leaving american families and businesses to pay even higher businesses. >> juliet: he was on the show yesterday and talking, we had asked him about this and he says the media-- this is what he had to say. >> we won't hear much about it from the media, the other thing we should touch on here, remember, bush was pounded because the media was making an issue and pounded about
making a jobless recovery at 5% unemployment the media willing to make it an issue and be honest with about it, the media is complicit with the president right now. >> and we asked karl, isn't it true, the president can't do much about the gas prices and in market and he disagrees, no, george w. bush did do something about it, opened up federal lands to more drilling and did a lot of that and the question is, well, where is that now? why isn't taking effect now or see the the numbers dipping now. >> dave: we will ask the former shell ceo who joins us in the nine o'clock hour to tell us why gas prices are so high. meanwhile, if you're not up late and missed "saturday night live," you missed bill o'reilly, the most of the o'reilly factor making an appearance on a game show. >> juliet: what's one that. >> dave: check out the performance. >> bill o'reilly. >> yes. >> you've written a best selling book on one of our
presidents "killing lincoln". >> that's right. >> and what can we learn. listen up, i was a teacher in miami and i know that the times now are a lot like the times during the civil war. because we're a divided nation, it's not intent back then, but what we need most now is leadership, we've got to pull together-- ♪ pulling together (laughter) ♪ >> all right. now, it's going to take, it's going to take a kind of tremendous leadership that president lincoln had to give this country. all right? that's what we need to get it back on course. ♪ back on the path, yeah >> okay. so, we can have that leadership and it was just a tragedy that he died the way he did. ♪ it's a tragedy, baby, and i got to say ♪ ♪ ooh, we, what's up with that, what's up with that ♪ ♪ >> i think it was funny.
>> nice job, bill. and he grabbed bill's hand at one point to try to drag him up to dance and bill is like, get your-- >> whenever i lead the studio after my do you see that, what's up with that? and anyway, he always gives me a strange look and i tried, you can like, an aura a little bit. >> clayton: that bill o'reilly look. >> juliet: that's the look i get with that, what's up with that, juliet. >> clayton: the timing with his reaction and the looks and either that he was not amused by the skit. >> dave: a pretty good actor. let us know how he did. we'll ask chris wallace about that. how is this for job security? new york cannot fire bad teachers until 2014 and wait until you hear why? so much for putting a kid first. >> clayton: the battle between rick santorum and mitt romney heating up as santorum gets
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>> welcome back everybody, 15 minutes past the hour, the michigan primary is just over a week away. rick santorum is leading the polls, could this spell trouble for mitt romney in his home state. >> clayton: joining us to weigh in on this is the host of fox news sunday, chris wallace. we understand you were up to go instead of bill o'reilly on "saturday night live" in the rapping performance. and what gives? you called in sick? >> yeah, listen, i thought he did great. you know, he really was very funny, but all i could think of, if you've ever been at a club or some kind of an audience participation thing, all you think to yourself is,
please, dear god, don't let them fall on me, don't mauck me-- and i remember seeing the play and come out to the audience, keep those cats away from me. >> dave: you're right. he did a nice job and perfectly uncomfortable with what was happening there. the politics now, rick santorum at or near the lead nationally in the polls. leading in michigan, a problem for mitt romney, as you know, his home state and some are whispering now that if santorum wins michigan, some could call for a new g.o.p. candidate. is there any possibility of this happening in leading to this, disputed contended convention? >> well, yes, there's certainly a possibility of it and it's absolutely the case that some top believes are talking about it. this is an if, if romney were to lose. michigan is his home state, his father was the governor
there for three terms, it's an important swing state. if romney couldn't be beat santorum in a republican primary, how would he have any chance of beating barack obama in a general election contest in michigan? and there are some people who are saying, one, romney would be very damaged, two, santorum and gingrich would have a very hard time, maybe not any chance of beating obama and that there would be, certainly, there's be a call. whether it would happen or not for one of the party elders, one of the people we were all talking about a year ago, for instance, jeb bush, the governor governor of florida, to get into the race and i will tell you the thinking is advanced enough that they have looked and there are a bunch of big states, like california, like new jersey, and in several other smaller states, where the filing deadline has not been get yet. a candidate could be on the ballots and might get enough delegates to throw it to an
open convention in tampa in august and we'll have karl rove on the show and he thinks it's a crazy idea and i'll ask it again. >> clayton: might be a sliver of a chance. i know promos work. i caught a promo for fox news sunday your interview with former speaker of the house, newt gingrich, i've got to watch that, interestingly when georgia, the polling, straw poll showing that rick santorum is ahead in newt gingrich's back yard. what do you think he'll make of that? >> well, we'll ask him about it. that would be devastating were that to happen. gingrich has, you know, this is the darnedest campaign i've been seen and i've been covering national politics since 1976. gingrich less than a month ago was the front runner for the nomination and now hanging on by his fingernails, he's been up and down twice, and the question is, does he have a third act? we'll be talking to him at the top of the hour about that, if
he were to lose georgia, again, could he stay in the race? yes. but i think that his path to the nomination would be awfully hard. but, again, you know, i could write a snare i don't he for you that santorum loses in michigan, loses in arizona, in nine days and suddenly, you know, romney is the overwelcoming front runner again and santorum and gingrich are both in trouble. it's a republican electorate has not been able to decide who they like in this field. >> dave: it's fascinating. and you also speak to eric cantor, house majority lead are and i'm sure you'll ask him if there will be anything else accomplished by congress between now and the election and now that that payroll tax cut deal is done, likely nothing, it should be a great show, chris. >> thank you, guys. >> name a highway in honor of a bird. >> if we're ever in some kind of a show don't call on me to come up on stage and perform. >> juliet: not going to karaoke with me. >> i'm one of the guys in the audience start looking down
like this, don't make eye contact. >> juliet: you're the guy i grab. >> duck my head down. >> juliet: thanks, chris. fox news sunday, check your local listing. >> please don't call on me. >> juliet: this is a tough one, pa little boy we're talking to in a minute and 12 years old and battling leukemia. there's a drug he needs to survive, but part after massi massive drug shortage and the company stopped making it. and we'll share his fight for a life saving medication, it's unbelievable in this country in this day and age that this would happen. >> clayton: he's called a nba l lin-sation. we'll talk to the man who saw it coming. ♪ ♪
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>> welcome back, 23 minutes past the hour. a drug can help cure leukemia in kids and many are told they may have to go without it because of a massive shortage. doctors and parents are concerned even though the f.d.a. stepped in and supplies won't be sold as quickly as needed. joining us is owen mcmasters diagnosed with leukemia is here, and his dad, dr. kelly mcmasters, a cancer surgeon and we appreciate you both being here from louisville, kentucky right now. doctor, start with you, the drug is called methotrexate and it's fairly inexpensive and that's a part of the problem. >> that's a big part of the problem. i have a vile of it it here. i don't know if you can see that. >> juliet: we can. >> this doeses $1.50 it's a
generic drug no longer on patent, it's been around for 50 years and there's little incentive for pharmaceutical companies to manufacture the drug because they don't make any profit on it. and this is part of the problem for shortages of the not only this drug, but 283 other drugs, many of which are absolutely critical for treatment of cancer patients and other patients with critical illnesses. >> juliet: owens, you've been going through chemotherapy and dealing with this now, how are you feeling? how are you to go? >> i'm doing all right. >> juliet: you're doing all right. >> and like stick through it. >> juliet: and you really want this drug to be back into your system because it's helping you? >> yes. >> juliet: all right. doctor, the thing about this drug is that it is very effective in these patients, is it not? >> yes, and all is a type of leukemia in children, the most common kind of cancer in
children and mettotrexate, even though it's a 50-year-old drug, it's critical. with it 80 to 90% of the children will be cured of cancer, without it, it won't. >> juliet: from a personal perspective, the government is jumping in on so many things. you would think this would be something, you know, cure kids of cancer. at least helping to cure most kids of cancer if they get this medicine you would think there would be something to do to up this process. here is a statement from the f.d.a. it says the issue of met mettotrexate has been with f.d.a. hoping to ramp up. doctor, your concern it's not enough in time. >> f.d.a. has known more than six months and aggressively talking about it and not fixing the problem. >> juliet: talking about it. >> it's an absolute national disgrace, when the united states cannot produce a cheap,
50-year-old chemotherapy drug that's absolutely needed to cure children of cancer when i have friends in ecuador, india, and argentina who are calling me up and offering to get the drug for me because it's available in third world countries. >> juliet: owen, i want to ask you, a lot of people, they may not know children who are going through what you're doing there. hopefully there are adults out there listening to this. what are you going through? give us an example of a typical day for you. >> usually i'll, you get up and ill h'll go to the hospitalo get my chemo and come back home and i'll kind of feel tired and a little sick to my stomach and warn out. >> juliet: are you able to go to school and play with friends. >> no, i can't go to school. >> juliet: you can't fw to school. doctor, this has got to be, you know, and owen, this has
got to be u'a big boy, this has got to be really, really heart breaking for you to deal with this and stressful on your family. >> well, having cancer for owen is hard enough, but, having to think that maybe he won't have the chemotherapy that he needs is even worse. i think the pharmaceutical industry should be given a couple of months to fix this problem voluntarily, if they can't, then there needs to be an independent commission that's set up of hospitals, of doctors, of pharmaceutical industry, of the f.d.a. that can all work toward a solution to this problem. >> juliet: absolutely. i'm with you on that one and owen, we're going to be watching this story, okay? we're going to follow you and stay in touch with us and doctor, let us know how everything goes, okay? >> thank you, juliet. >> juliet: owen, good luck to you buddy. >> all right. >> juliet: how is this for job security. new york cannot fire bad
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♪ >> hey, welcome back to "fox & friends" everybody, dave briggs, juliet huddy, clayton morris, an interesting deal done here in new york city, wiping the slate clean. we thought it was a good news to evaluate teachers instead of keeping bad teachers on the books, finally a way to evaluate whether they were actually teaching kids. long-term pretty good, short-term, maybe not. >> yeah, the deal just penned recently and the ink is drying on this thing, waving it in the era little bit between governor cuomo, mayor bloomberg and the new york teachers union. it's interesting because what it does, it basically wipes the slate clean currently and any of these teachers for the next two years can't be fired. down the line, they can be fired, but currently, take a look what this does. it takes 7,000 teachers off the hook for any bad behavior
and wipes the slate clean. >> juliet: let's talk about some of the things the teachers have done and still be employed. one guy posted on facebook, a teacher who posted on facebook, referred to some kids as the devil's spawn. and wiped clean. they're making an effort to do something about it, but again, not employed, and he so, from june of 2014, no matter what you've done, yeah, that was the concession from the union, no matter what you've done, even the teachers sitening a quote, rubber room, not teaching, getting paid to not teach, you're still stuck with them and paying for them for at least another two years, until you can begin this evaluation process. and this is a problem because basically, every state in this country is facing this question. how do we evaluate teachers barely, are they actually getting through to our kids and you think, this is a good thing, what they did in new york and major cuts going to cost taxpayers millions of
dollars, keeping bad teachers. >> further on the bad line, a few more examples. some had committed crimes. and some were chronically absent. >> and-- >> didn't show up. >> like me. >> and they were constantly late. slate clean. >> clayton: many on the hit list because of poor classroom performance, in general, never mind being a bad teacher. >> juliet: slate clean. >> dave: what the teachers union is saying, you can evaluate us, but you've got to wipe to slate clean. start from zero and give us all a second chance to prove that we're good teachers, right, i don't know, maybe some other state will find a way to start those evaluations now, as opposed to two years down the line. but, hey, they're trying to do something, the good news. >> clayton: silver lining, email@example.com and also find us on twitter at ff weekend. now your headlines. >> juliet: here we go. while were you sleeping, north korea threatening to attack south korea over alleged military drills and the
country's disputed maritime border. they got wind that they'll be conducting artillery drills. they will consider it a reckless provocation and respond mercilessly. so far south korea not commenting on the report. south korea conducted similar drills. and at that time. north korea responded with a bombardment that killed four south koreans. pope benedict xvi, holding sunday mass at the vatican this morning and joined by 22 newly elevated cardinals, including timothy dolan. for more on that we go to lauren green live in the news room, following the story of the rock star known as cardinal dolan. >> that's right, juliet. with his elevation to cardinal. timothy dolan begins what some vatican watchers call his finest hour, and he's a rock star in this class of cardinals. at the mass they all wore
white and in his homily, pope benedict xvi talked about those in the church who rise, rise to serve. and dolan was part of the new cardinals in an elaborate ceremony at the vatican. dolan garnered a lot of attention worldwide, president of the bishop's conference and archbishop of the big apple with this he has a platform to fully engage the president of the united states over the showdown over the health care mandate and religious freedom and he has the favor of the holy father himself. all of that down to earth demeanor made him a8
lawyers for some passengers are asking officials to retest the samples to be sure and 32 people were killed in that disaster, including two americans, it's a new breed of television and got some fans just like this guy. this is so great. here is a little dude excited about dog tv. it's a 24 hour channel created for man's best friend and made
the world debut in san diego, commercial-free and looking at it, and basically three categories, relaxation, system lays and exposure. all are designed to keep dogs occupied while their ordinance aren't home and right now the channel is free and eventually people will have to pay $5 a month. >> were they doing doggy yoga. >> relaxation. >> and need a dog walker, i don't have a dog, i might watch the dog relaxation channel. >> dave: you need a hobby, brother, not the a dog. and maria molina with a chuck of the weather. good morning. >> good morning, guys, it's 24 hour news network for, with dogs? that would not be a good thing, but that looks pretty cool if you have a dog and they'll stay entertained. as far as the weather goes here in new york city, we're looking at sunshine and actually a beautiful day, temperatures not too bad this time of the year and currently at upper 30's in new york city and warming into the low to mid 40's throughout the
afternoon hours and not expecting no, just to the south there is some snow in the forecast across eastern portions of kentucky, southern west virginia and through central virginia, looking at snowfall accumulations there up to half a foot of snow possible and even locally higher amounts and higher elevation and otherwise a slight risk for severe weather, if you see that ahead on the next bullet point and including parts of north florida. strong to severe thunderstorms out there and that's senl going to be during the first part of today 6789 so you'll he have the sunshine and warming things up and then some thunderstorms rolling through and otherwise, out west, some unsettled weather with two storms rolling through and one we'll be tracking the next several days as it heads east through the country. guys. >> clayton: thank you so much. >> juliet: thank you, maria. >> dave: business is booming for gm and now they're handing out bonus checks, but you the taxpayer, who helped bail them out, won't be seeing any of that. we'll tell you why. >> juliet: plus, it's
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latest from new york knicks taking the sports world by storm. that's the big fat head here in the studio and even more than tom brady. after four sarts lin scored more than michael jordan, shaquille o'neal, kobe bryant, lebron james, in the first four games. hailed a nba superstar and our next guest saw it coming. joining us is former harvard basketball coach and recruiter. good morning to you, bill. >> good morning, dave. >> dave: you recruited him to harvard. my question is, what did the major college programs, including stanford in his back yard and later, what did every single nba team, what did they miss, not seeing in jeremy lin that you saw? >> i think they just didn't get the chance to, maybe give him a second chance. you know, i'm sure people recruited him and looked at him and maybe didn't keep going back, because over time you can see jeremy is doing with the knicks right now, he
has great basketball instincts unique competitive drive, and those things you may not see on a first test run. >> dave: describe for me the moment when you saw this kid and said, yeah, something special about him. i want him on my team. what was it about him? >> it's kind of a unique situation the first time i saw him he didn't overly impressed, but i got lucky because i happened to see a game two days later, he was in another gym and happened to pop in gym to see what the commotion was about and played at a high level, elevated against better competition and really rose to the challenge and you could see, one thing about jeremy, he has these things that basketball coaches, you can't teach. he really has had an instinct to play the game, got a good feel for the game, a good read on the game. and it's as if someone i know would be highly coachable. >> dave: i'm interested in what you said, he elevated playing against better competition. played in ivy league, suddenly
in the first eight games almost 25 points a game and almost 9 assists per game and how do you explain that performance against the best players in the world when he wasn't doing that in the ivy league? >> well, it's interesting because he's actually been doing this since high school. a senior with palo alto, led a small school team to win the state title in california and then when he got to harvard, major games where he played terrific at u-conn, dropped 30 points at u-conn in a losing effort and had some huge games at boston college right in harvard's back yard, and to be a significant player and now getting into the nba and lucky. and put in a situation where, there was opportunity, there was a necessity for some scoring, and he's just, really continued to rise, to the occasion when the game is on the line. >> dave: how about the person behind jeremy lin? we know he talks a lot about his faith. tell us about the type of man he is that allowed him to get
through these tough times, not being drafted, being passed-- or not played by golden state, not played by houston, sitting on the bench in new york, what type of person allowed him to get through that. >> i think it goes back to his family. a great family, great support system in place, and obviously, a highly intelligent, highly intelligent kid and great faith and not something he pushes on people. he's a very private kind of person, very easy going, easy to get along with, very respectful of others and what you're seeing in the other videos and interviews he's doing, that's really who he is. he's very unselfish, very humble, everything he's talking about, teamwork it's about the knicks and not about jeremy, that's who he is. >> dave: absolutely. all right, bill holden was the coach at harvard when jeremy lin came to play there and now the coach at middlesex school. >> thank you. >> dave: jeremy plays on national tv against the dallas
mavericks. up next, you bailed them out and now, general motors is handing out $7,000 bonus checks. not to you, the taxpayers though. we explain what happened here. and have you ever had a first date from an online match like this? >> i've been on 17 dates this year, no second dates. >> and that's what clayton is like on a first date. there's new proof online dating may not be the right equation. ♪ what makes us number one in motorcycle insurance?
>> welcome back, general motors raking in record profits. the earned 7.6 billion dollars last year, a lot of money for the taxpayer owned company. but instead of paying back the taxpayers, gm is giving workers bonus checks. $7,000 each. michelle fields for the daily caller joins us now to explain this, good morning, michelle. >> good morning, yeah, so, gm did very well this year in north america, they didn't do so well in europe where they lost 2 billion dollars and over 100 million dollars in south america, but the only reason they did well this year is because of the tsunami in japan that disrupted the global supply chain for toyota and honda and made us competitive this year and won't be so exit tiff this year with toyota and honda recovering. because they earned a profit in north america, providing $7,000 checks to their union members which is crazy because i want to know where my profit share check is it for bailing out these guys. >> clayton: let's be clear on
some record breaking profit numbers, throw it up on the screen. strong sales in the u.s. and china of course, because what you talked about there, lack of cars coming out of japan with the tsunami and effects there. in 2012, a big positive outlook and based on that. but i have to ask you, you bring up the point about the $7,000 check handed out to workers, we put restrictions on this for the executive paychecks, didn't we? so the top executives wouldn't see a big bump in pay and that's something that we americans were saying, look, don't want the big bonuses going to the phis if taxpayers are footing the bill. why are the taxpayers footing bills for the workers then? >> because thr he' allies of obama. huge unions are obama's friends. it's crazy, it's as if we're finishing those who work in the private sector, right? but then we're rewarding those who work for the state. why is it that people work in the private sector must face realities of recession with you yet, the people who work in unions are getting $7,000 checks? what about the taxpayers who
helped bail out these people? it's not as if gm is doing great. like i said, they're doing terrible around the world. in china they're slowing down and the only they did well was because of the tsunami in japan. if you look at january, their profits are down 6%, whereas honda and toyota are back up again. they're not going to be that competitive this year and not doing that well, they shouldn't be handing out $7,000 checks for union members. >> the stock price is significantly down, u.s. got a bad deal. would still need to get back up for the u.s. to recoup investment. >> that's right, right now stocks are $25, $30 less than what it needs to sell in order for taxpayers to get their money out of the company and obama likes to say that the bailout was in great success because apparently, general motors paid off their loan, but that's actually not true. they paid off the loan that we
gave them, with taxpayers dollars, that were in escrow in an escrow account of the treasury, basically means they paid off taxpayers with taxpayer money. essentially, like paying off my visa credit card bills with a master card. and it's not real progress, and obama likes to say that this is progress. that's not progress. >> clayton: i've made that mistake back in the day. paying off chinese food for ten years, paying it off that way. thank you for breaking this down for us. >> thank you very much. >> clayton: you bet. ahead coming up on the show, gas prices already at a record high. the former ceo of shell says it could get worse, as in $5 a gallon. he joins us the next hour. a hollywood movie based on one couple's true move story. we're going to talk to the real life couple behind the story "the vow". they say the movie leaves one key part of the story out. . >> we have the same rpp zone.
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>> alisyn: hey, everybody, it is sun, february 19th. i'm juliet huddy in for alisyn, rick santorum going after president obama's face. >> about some phony ideal, some phony theology. not a theology based on the bible, a different theology. >> them's fightin' words. what he said about mitt romney as well, coming up, next. >> as you know, gas prices reached their highest levels ever for this time of year. the former ceo of shell oil says it is actually going to get worse. as in $5 a gallon and he joins us live to tell us why. >> and, bill o'reilly making a late night stop at 30 rock on snl. >> you've got to pull together... >> ♪ ♪ pull together... >> yep.
[laughter]. >> clayton: the o'reilly scowl. on the "what's up with that game show" and saturday night live, more of that on "fox & friends," more of that on "fox & friends," hour 4, right now. captioning by, closed captioning services, inc. >> clayton: sunday morning, welcome into fox and friends. thank you so much for waking up with us. let's get to politics, this morning, because interesting things happening as we look forward, this is a big, big week, we have a big debate on wednesday. this is a time when newt gingrich can probably get some of the oxygen back into his tank into four times a charm, perhaps. >> clayton: perhaps, with the big debate an rick santorum surging in the polls. >> dave: the last debate before super tuesday, a good point after cancelling the georgia debate. what is he going to use now that he looks like the front-runner and what direction will he go? this is what he tried out on going after the president, on
saturday, raised a few eyebrows, here's fi. -- why. >> it's not about you, not about your quality of life. it's not about your job. it is about a phony ideal, a phony theology, not a theology based on the bible, a different theology. [applause]. >> that is pretty bold stuff. perhaps risky. i don't know, what do you think? firstname.lastname@example.org. >> clayton: that is a territory politician don't tread and, governor huckabee doesn't question a person's faith or what is in their house and the obama administration said, the latest low in a republican primary campaign, that has been fueled by distortions, ugliness and fueling pessimism and negativity from the deputy press secretary. >> dave: and he was asked later after those remarks, do you think the president is a christian? he said, quote, if the president says he's a christian, then he is krafrchristian.
he talked about policies not being in line in terms of the jobs and stimulus and they don't perfectly line up and perhaps will shed more light to your point on that debate. coming up, on wednesday. >> clayton: i imagine he'll get question about that. >> he's getting attention from the media. a guy, when it first started happening, everybody declared the candidacy, and it was like crickets when you talked about them and now, he talked about in equality and got a lot of attention for that. >> clayton: and a lot of attention for the poll numbers, a bunch of polls came out on valentine's day, and it was sweet for him. also, yesterday, he got new information out from the straw poll out of georgia, newt gingrich's backyard where he's surging. 47% and 27% in newt gingrich's own backyard in georgia. >> dave: and a new attack on mitt romney. a couple months ago, republicans went after his time at a bain
capital and rick perry calling it vulture capitalism and attacking the private equity experience, mitt romney has, well, now, rick santorum turning his attention on mitt romney's job with the 1992 salt lake city olympic games, and they celebrated ten years of the job romney did, one he touts often on these stumps and here's what he says, though, is the untold truth about those gains. >> he bailed out the salt lake city olympic games by heroically going to congress and asking them for tens of millions of dollars to bail out the salt lake olympic games. [applause]. >> well, here's what his camp said, they issued a statement, and they said, sometimes when you shoot from the hip you end up shooting yourself in the foot. there is a wide gulf between seeking money for post 9/11 security at the olympics and seeking earmarks for polar bear exhibits at the pittsburgh zoo. >> clayton: santorum hit on the
earmarks issue, saying they, the federal government came in and bailed it out and you called upon the federal government to do that, and it is interesting, the romney campaign has not backed off saying there were federal dollars used but also were quick to point out rick santorum while senator voted for the earmark, he's now criticizing, the back and forth -- people forget their voting records? i don't know, don't dive into it well enough to know what is in there. >> dave: and the turnaround of the salt lake games was mostly about private money raising money from the private sector and, meanwhile, newt gingrich has one strategy, clearly this: he'll wait until super tuesday and he needs to win big, in the straw poll, trailing santorum. here's what newt gingrich says. >> a georgia conservative has advantage, across tennessee, alabama, arkansas, kentucky,
mississippi... in the long run, we survived tim pawlenty, the establishment's first choice, and then we survived congresswoman michelle bachmann and then survived herman cain who had a great surge and governor perry and we'll survive santorum. >> mike huckabee was on our machined said it's not out of the realm of possibility there will be another surge by newt gingrich. >> clayton: and, joey lynn who writes for fox news.com called it a gingrich hop could say that hinges on georgia, hopping around to get the cheese board in line. read it on foxnews.com. >> dave: interesting times. what else is happening. >> new video from the vatican. check it out. ♪
>> pope benedict xvi celebrating sunday mass with the 22 new cardinals he elevated, amongst them, former archbishop, now cardi aial timothy dolan, the d facto head of the catholic church in america. and, they are close advisors to the pope and are responsible for electing the pope's successor, and what the cardinals did after the elevation, grabbed a beer, a brewski, as clayton likes to call it. whitney houston's journey home ended with a private burial, will happen today in her native new jersey, and the family-only service different from the star-studded funeral at the new hope baptist church in newark. ♪ >> alicia keys singing "only an angel" wasn't a dry eye
throughout the ceremony. >> i loved her very much. whitney was purely and simply one of a kind. >> knowing there is a lady in heaven making god himself wonder how he created something so perfect... >> god gave us an angel. here's to ms. houston. her voice was so beautiful. >> but the big question is what happened to bobby brown? he showed up there, had a posse, i guess you call it, 9 people with him, and bailed from the service early and he said that the security was moving him and his group around and wouldn't give them all seats and ended up leaving, but hours later he was spotted on stage, performing, with new edition at mohegan sun, a casino in connecticut. >> dave: something to laugh about, folks. you don't want to miss the video. a one in a million shot, yesterday. the northern trust open, in
l.a., phil mikkelson on the tee. a bit of an errant drive. you can see, the crowd... >> clayton: a hole in one? >> dave: you could call it a hole-in-one. >> it doesn't make any sense. >> dave: stuck in the man's shorts. he was worried and saw the fan on his back. no need to be squared, the fan didn't move because the bull was in his shorts. he gave the fan an autographed glove on the spot. he is classy, and he apologized to the fan and played right through it. >> did it bounce on the green and bounced up to... >> dave: rolled right in there. there's a lot of headlines... you saw. laying on the ground. >> clayton: and he used the glove to go into the man's shorts, i don't want the glove anymore, you take it! >> dave: i'm not going in. where is the... there are great headlines to be written about
that. a few. >> clayton: is there a crazier place, where the golf ball landed? birds? one in a million. maria molina, also one in a million... >> thanks for having mean, guys. good morning to you guys, and good morning to everyone and we do have weather to talk about today. and, somewhat unusual weather to talk about today. we have snow, areas further south and we don't really get it across portions of virginia and kentucky and for us in new york city we will not see any snow from the storm system. it will stay to the south and head out to sea. the northeast, still no snow for us and we continue the snow drop. where is the moisture? we had a batch of rain roll through georgia and the carolinas, most of that offshore and the second area of moisture, is moving into portions of tennessee, really coming down out there and some of the rain forming into snow across the
state of kentucky, when we are expecting, significant snowfall accumulations, we'll tell you how much, coming up, shortly, otherwise, further west, a series of disturbances keeping things unsettled across washington and the state of utah and we are looking at accumulation of 6 to 12 inches of snow, along the highest elevations, above 8,000 feet, lower ep vacations, a couple of inches and across kentucky and virginia, accumulations between 3-6 inches of snow and higher elevations up to a foot of it is possible. guys? >> clayton: we're also trying to figure out the headlines for this... >> play along. >> i have no heart... the glove one, where it went up his shorts. >> dave: keep 'em coming to us, folks. are you ready to shell out 5 bucks a gallon for gas? our next guest says you'd bedder be, the former ceo of shell oil explains, next. >> then, a hollywood movie, out right now, based on one couple's
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>> dave: welcome back, friends. with the price of gas at an average of 3.53 cents a gallon, up 31 cents since december, americans all over the country feeling it. >> clayton: yep, the pain at the pump. it hurts. but our next guest says the worst is yet to come, think the $4 we are seeing in california is bad, the gallon of gas could reach as much as $5 this year, joining us from houston, texas is former ceo of shell oil and
founder of citizens for affordable energy, john hofmeister. nice see you. year after year we hear about the prognostication, it will hit $5 a gallon, do you think it could happen this time? >> well i think we're at the cross-hairs of an unusual situation, that is probably -- probably can only get worse and here's why. we're the world's largest consuming nation but we now have a rival, called china. china's growth and demand for gasoline is in the millions and millions-plus barrel per day every day, going from 9 to 15 million barrels a day by 2015 because of the all of the uses of oil they have now adopted as a consumer society and we also face some of the most unpredictable, volatile, geopolitical situations, whether it is iran, iraq, sudan, you name it and there is no end in
sight to the geopolitics, which worries people about oil and the united states of america, the largest consumer to adopt government policies to enable domestic production to increase and meet these conditions has been nil, nada, nothing and that is unfortunate for american consumers. >> dave: are there actions the obama administration could take to start lowering the price? >> yes. but it is almost too late. even if the president gets a second term. i said to senator obama, in the summer of 2007 as he's running for president, senator, you need a robust drilling program in your first term. if you do not have a robust drilling program you will face gasoline prices when you run for re-election if you win in 2012 that will not help you one iota.
his response was, we're going to do biofuels. and, i said, biofuels is not going to make a difference in the gasoline price, not by 2012. you need a robust drilling program and what we have seen is anti-drilling, coming from the administration, highlighted most particularly by the moratorium in the gulf of mexico, following the bp disaster, there has been no action and it takes years to get things rolling and had he had an active program, by his second term he would have been able to point to increases in domestic production that would offset the rise in demand from china, as it relates to u.s. consumption. >> clayton: three things you list as solutions, a plan that would work, getting back, you mentioned earlier, getting back to 10 million barrels of oil per day, producing that and 3-4 million from biofuels and natural gas of which you talked about president obama supporting and drive more fuel efficient cars. when do you see any of this
happening? we saw all the sort of failure, i guess you could say of the chevy volt. does that rise back to buying more suvs again? >> people love suvs, but let's be clear, we used to produce 10 million barrels a day in the country and we're go 7 and i suggest, go back to 10. we know where the oil is but the government has to allow the companies to get the oil and secondly, we can turn natural gas into methyl, flex fuel engines can use coupled with ethanol from biofuel, that combination could be very powerful, offsetting opec imports and the fuel efficient imports are fuel efficient designs of vehicles and the volt is part of that, perhaps, but, more importantly, is the internal combustion engine and design of the vehicle which is already targeted to improve its mileage over the course of the decade and we can continue those practices, the goal is not to
worry about politics in the middle east. if we use imports from canada and mexico, as an off-set to the middle east we can take care of ourselves in north america. >> dave: he didn't listen as a senator in '07 and perhaps he's watching this morning, john hofmeister, we appreciate you being with us. >> clayton: thanks, john. >> thank you. >> clayton: we spent a year plotting a suicide attack to blow up the u.s. capital but, two years ago, his landlord alerted police about his suspicious activity, coming up. >> dave: and the real life couple behind the vow, tells us which key part of their story hollywood left out. what it has to do with religion.
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>> dave: 6:23 on the west coast, and, quick headlines now, north korea threatening to attack south korea after getting word the south is planning to conduct artillery drills near the country's disputed maritime border. tomorrow morning, that is. you will remember, south korea conducted similar drills in 2010, and the north responded with a deadly bombing attack. and, dreamworks is dreaming big. overseas. it is planning to build a production studio in shanghai, oriental dreamworks will produce chinese, animated and live action content and there are plans for theme parks and other products, similar to disney. juliett? >> and, i know you like love stories. pay attention, the movie "the vow" is doing well at the box office and is based on the true story of newlyweds who survived a traumatic car crash only to
struggle to put their marriage back together after the wife loses her memory. watch: >> you know who i am, right? >> yeah. >> okay. because... >> you are my doctor. >> she doesn't remember me. >> it will improve with time. >> i don't know you. >> i barely even know who i am. >> it turns out the movie version omitted a slight important part of the story, the role the faith played in repairing their relationship, the real couple the movie is based on is cricket and kim carpenter and they are joining us now. good to have you here. >> hi, thanks for having us. >> my pleasure, overall, you guys liked the movie, yeah? >> oh, yeah. >> yeah, we worked very well with the studio, and, there were obviously a lot of discussions centered around our faith but at
the same time the movie leaves you challenged and leaves you thinking, what would you do and, in most respects, what is really flattering about it is that it leaves you with a premise that, who are these people, we want to get to know them more and our movie and our book came out the same day and what has happened is this movie really lends itself to, for people to want to see the book, and, we have been very blessed. the movie is still number one in the box office, we got word last night that it went out on friday and we'll see what happens. >> i'll be seeing it tomorrow, presidents day. we are showing pictures on the side and pictures of you on the red carpet and also, pictures of you, in the hospital, i mean, the car, the mangled car. this happened ten weeks into your marriage, i mean, you guys were really, seriously newlyweds. what was it that helped you sort of bring things back together? the answer is, your flait.
explain how it happened and how you feel -- your faith and explain how it happened and how you feel about it being left out of the movie. >> what we discovered, i lost a year-and-a-half before the car accident, to four months after and the memory of my husband was completely wiped out and i made a vow before god, good times and bad, sickness and health and i made a promise on my husband on september 18th, 1993 i would stay with him for my life and i was going to be a person of my word and do what i said i would do and i held tightly to my faith, i can do all things through christ, who gives me strength, philippians and i held onto god's word and knew i could get through it with the lord's help and, hollywood does, you know, hollywood movies and we think it is a great movie. we were a little bummed that, you know, the lord got left out of the of our story, because without him we don't have a story. >> is that what made you come
back together to refine the love, rediscover the love? >> i think, it is a big part of it, and, you know, we have two sets of families, that have celebrated, our parents celebrated more than 100 anniversaries together. and, so, that -- accompanying that with our foundation and our faith, it is very important to us and, obviously, our faith plays out in the book and our book debuted as the number one book on the "new york times" best-seller list for nonfiction and number 7, overall, and, the movie, again, really lends itself, for people to want to lead the book and that is the blessing in all of this. >> and you obviously met chanting and the other star of the movie, right? >> yes. we spent quite a bit of time with chanting and rachel. and, they did a great job and studied us and, they really spent a lot of time, watching us on interviews and things like that. they were well prepared. >> they capture you very well.
thanks for joining us, we really appreciate it. a great love story. we like ending our shows on that. all righty, coming up... switching gears a bit. was the captain of the costa concordia high on cocaine when the ship ran aground. there are new allegations and calls for him to undergo another drug test and william, otherwise known as bill o'reilly, making a late night stop on 30 rock. >> it will take the kind of tremendous leadership, that president lincoln had to give this country, all right? that is what we need to get it back on course. >> ♪ ♪ back on the path, yeah... >> okay. we can have the leadership... one, two, three, four ♪ ♪ you say ♪ flip it over and replay ♪ we'll make everything okay ♪ walk together the right way ♪ do, do, do, do
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>> dave: the spin zone, right? >> clayton: and, first time, comedy zone, not necessarily for bill o'reilly, on "saturday night live" last night, across the way at 30 rock getting in on a skit called "a show" and do a game show called, "what up with that." watch this and enjoy. >> now, bill o'reilly. >> yes. >> you have written a best-selling book on one or our greatest presidents, called killing lincoln. >> that's right. >> what can we learn about
lincoln today. >> deandre, i was a teacher in miami and i know that the times now, are a lot like the times during the civil war, because we are a divided nation, not as intense as back then but we need most, leadership, we have to pull together... >> ♪ ♪ pull it together... >> yes. >> all right, now, it is going to take the kind of tremendous leadership, that president lincoln had to give this country. all right? that's what we need to get it back on course. >> ♪ ♪ back on the path, ya... e. >> okay. so, we can have that leadership, and, it was a tragedy that he died the way he did. >> ♪ ♪ it's a tragedy, baby, and i got to faith ♪ ♪...
>> dave: he communicates so much with the look. >> clayton: he played the perfect straight man in the skit. if he was trying to be funny, he was great and did perfect timing and, the running man in the background, with the red track suit. >> dave: he managed a heck of a plug for his book, too. you know? they ought to promote it more. let us know what you think about mr. o'reilly, on snl last night. let us know, at fnweekend@twitter. >> that is the headline today! the u.s. is keeping a close eye on the violence in syria. a report says the u.s. is flying unmanned drones overseer yeah to monitor the government's crack down on opposition forces. defense officials stress it is not because the u.s. wants military intervention, but, to the white house, to use the information to push for widespread international response. syrian forces resumed attacks on opposition forces, on friday.
blatantly disregarding a u.n. resolution to end the crackdown and for president assad to step aside. he's accused of planning a suicide attack at the u.s. capital and we're learning more about the disturbing plot the feds thwarted last week, the feds say the man spent a year plotting the attack and prosecutors say he went to west virginia and detonated a test bomb there and also allegedly went to baltimore to meet with someone he thought was in al qaeda and the person was actually an undercover fbi agent. unlucky for him, his former landlord said he knew something was not right about the guy and told police about him two years ago and we spoke to the landlord this morning. >> i accused him of making bombs, because i thought that he fit the profile. and i said i didn't know but i suspect he's doing something illegally, and so the police went into investigate. >> bail hearing set for wednesday.
the captain of the costa concordia, was he high on cocaine when the ship ran aground last month? a question survivors and others are asking after an anomaly popped up in his drug test results and a hair from him tested positive for cocaine but at the time of the accident there were no drugs actually present in his system. so, now lawyers for some of the passengers are asking italian officials to go ahead and retest those samples, just to make sure. as you recall, 32 people were killed in that disaster, including two americans. they say you cannot hurry love. it turns you -- turns out you can't predict it, either. a new study shows algorithms used by on-line dating sites don't work. that is the study -- what the study says, talking about the list of characteristics they use to determine compatibility and the study says the criteria isn't enough to predict everlasting love. the study also notes, on-line profile photos give people a
false sense of chemistry, since everybody puts on photos from like ten years before, when they were weighing 20 pounds less, and, you know... >> dave: you speak from experience? >> no! >> clayton: you want to find someone who is not superficial, bring maria in, have someone photo shop an extra 20 pounds on top of it and if the person goes for it, they are pleasantly surprised. >> you really thought this threw, folks, hasn't he. >> dave: an equation for love, huh, maria. >> an interesting theory, clayton and it may work for some and i'm sure it won't work for many others, we want to look at the weather and here in new york city, a beautiful day for the month of february, typically we'd think of snowstorms and cold temperatures and it's not bad, upper 30s and looking at highs in the 40s with sunshine, and, again, a nice day for us in the northeast and to the south there is snow in the forecast, across portions of kentucky and west virginia and central
virginia and expecting accumulating snowfall on the order of generally 3-6 inches and along higher elevations, getter amounts, over 6 inches possible, many ten inches in spots and even up to a foot. significant stuff out there and otherwise, across the midwest it will be sunny, very mild, temperatures 10 to 15 degrees above normal for this time of the year and, further to the west, across the inner mountain west, we have several disturbances moving through, bringing in snow. accumulating down into the valley floor and, generally, light amounts, down near 3 to 5 inches, higher amounts, higher elevation, above 8,000 feet, 6 to 12 inches of snow possible. guys? >> thank you very much. looking nice outside there. >> it is. >> i like your equation, x plus 20 lbs equals love. pope benedict xvi celebrated sunday mass with the 22 new cardinals including cardinal dolan, father john joins us live from rome with more.
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now, step out of the shot and you get the full view, that, of course, st. peter's basilica and the basilica of the holy father and is where archbishop dolan became cardinal dolan of new york as well as 21 others. what is amazing, i think, about this experience, over a thousand from new york as well as many others from other parts of the country came to witness who is no doubt a major step for the catholic church, i would say christians and all americans, and that is a man named timothy dolan from st. louis, missouri, from wisconsin and now new york has taken on a position of leadership in the way that has not been seen in recent times. not only taking leadership, and a passionate role among catholics, the ethics for the church of the united states of america, no matter what denomination you are. >> dave: what responsibility comes with being a cardinal? >> that's a great question,
dave, because archbishop, now cardinal dolan said it's not about honor, it's not a triumphant moment, no. this is a -- exactly what you said, dave, responsibilities. he's going back to a local church where he'll be pastor, where schools will have to be closed and churches will have to be closed, people are coming out of a real detachment from the church in a lot of ways even with the sex abuse scandal and he's coming back, saying i'm not going to impose the faith, but am welcoming you home, see what a learned and have found. a challenge, no doubt. >> on the front page of the "new york post" it says, when he was asked, what is the first thing he's going to do? go get a beer! you know, what did the rest of the cardinals, getting a sense of the rest of the church what they think about him, you know, the other cardinals there, look
at him with wide-eyed and curiously? >> that's right. you know, it is a great question, juliett. he said i'll get a beer as you said. and also said, i will have a glass of grapa, a strong drink before talking to the pope and the other cardinals. he was selected, before he was cardinal, the day before he became cardinal to be a spokesman among all the cardinals and giving a talk about what is called the new evangelization, what the pope is calling it, how to bring the same old message of jesus christ in a society with new challenges, but, also, new opportunities. like you said, the other cardinals are probably looking like, this is not the kind of guy we're used to. talking about going to get a beer and is joking around, no doubt, but does it with great intention and that is, he wants to show people, that he is just a guy like everybody else. and, that is who he is, and, so, yes, he jokes around, always has a line for the press and behind
the joking comes very strong ideas. as we saw, recently in the whole debate, for example, with the health and human serviceman date, he is willing to steak on tough issues, we'll see if he's able to do that in a way that is also welcoming to people who have been outside the faith for so long, it's an exciting time. we could call it, perhaps, a new spring for the vatican. a new spring for catholics in the church. we'll see if it turns out to be such a positive thing as it looks to be, right now. >> dave: whether it is he or new cardinal o'brien from baltimore, why is humility so important? he says i don't want this to go to my head, says the cardinal dolan, literally. >> yeah, you know. absolutely. he said before giving a talk he felt like he was walking around with a bowling ball on top of his head. the weight, and he's able to communicate in vivid images but he said i don't want it to go to my head. i want to make sure that, you know, what, whether a cardinal in red, a priest in black or a
person working in the lowest, you know, menial job, it all comes down, to am i following jesus christ and willing to be just a good christian? am i willing to be a good person? and the end, if we think we are anything more we are mistaken. life is too short. >> well said, father jonathan, good to see you. a beautiful, beautiful back drop there. >> you should have come with me! >> you didn't give us the invite. >> you abandoned me. next time... >> dave: next time shoot us an e-mail. >> tell clayton i said hello. >> dave: have a good sunday. >> thanks, dave. >> dave: up next we meet the 12-year-old who helped save his grandma's house from foreclosure. what a story. don't go anywhere. [ rosa ] i'm rosa and i quit smoking with chantix.
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>> welcome back, quick headlines, liz meth smart tying the knot in a secret ceremony in hawaii. kidnapping survivor, marrying matthew gilmore after meeting him on a mention france and they are on their honeymoon, the destination secret. the porsche 911 stuck in a patch of wet cement, the driver tried to take a short cut and didn't notice the bright orange cones and stayed inside the car while works dug him out. so he wouldn't have to open his
doors and get the interior dirties. classic. >> don't want his porsche to get dirty. a wisconsin 12-year-old learned his grandmother's house was facing foreclosure he sprang into action, raising $10,000 in a month and in the process, saved her home. we're joined my noah and his grandmother, janice. nice to see you, welcome to the show. >> good morning. >> thanks for joining us. let me start with you, foreclosure is really a difficult thing, of course for anyone to go through. how did you first learn that you were in foreclosure? what happened? >> well, i had been working with my bank for some time and they were very good and held off as long as they could. and i made the mistake, one reason i have gone public, of not sharing with anyone. by sharing sooner it would have been a much easier process. but, i just didn't do it and there are a lot of people out there that don't and, they
really need to. >> clayton: are right. a lot of folks bury their heads in the sand and don't want to face the letters that come to the house and banks have been fortunate to work on it and noah you came to the rescue and found out about this. how did you find out grand ma's house was in trouble. >> she came over to our house, talking to my mom in the living room and she was crying. and, they thought i was in the basement and the living room is upstairs and i came up and i didn't say anything and didn't know i was there and i heard her crying, talking about, that she was going to lose the house. >> clayton: what happened next? what did you do to raise some money? >> i went onto my web site and i put on there that i was going to help try to raise money to help my grandma, because she was losing her house but before i
posted i asked her, of course. but... >> clayton: so, janice, noah comes to you and says, by the way, i created a web site, when i was 12 years old, i played in the dirt in the backyard, creates a web site and wants to raise money for you. what did you say to him? >> he created the web site two years ago and had done other projects on smaller scale and scheduled he wanted to put it on and i asked if he was sure and talked to his apparently and we had several discussions because we didn't want to make it looks like we're using the child and he insisted on doing it and his parents and myself and his uncle we looked out to make sure that he was not exploited, that things went smooth and that he could handle it. >> clayton: were you shocked, when suddenly the checks started coming in? were you shocked? >> oh, yes, very shocked. and i told him not to be disappointed if he didn't make it. because that was a big job, and he was doing his best.
and he made it! >> clayton: noah, when you put it out there, did you have any idea what was about to happen? >> no, i didn't. i assumed that he would get some donation but never dreamt there were that many wonderful people out there. our family, friends, community, everyone, just pulled together, and he got checks from out of state, even, but, the majority came from our own community. >> clayton: what did you think when the checks started coming in? >> i was -- i knew there was going to be some, but i was shocked that this many came in, how big amounts some of them were. >> clayton: remarkable, $10,000 came in per month and you managed to stave off foreclosure and kept your home, janice, we are grateful for you joining us and, congratulations and having a wonderful grandson, noah, thanks for taking the initiative. you are an incredible american. >> thanks for having us. >> clayton: more "fox & friends" in two minutes. business you are in,
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